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Topic - Stephen Eriksen
"In fact, I think our bigger challenge might be having too many teams," he said. "We're being very successful right now, and the new 2014 regulations allow quite a bit of update to the engine. You may have seen that IndyCar issued a direction that for 2014 and beyond it would be only twin turbos. That in itself is an instant step up for us. We're clearly dominant in these last four races with where we were at today. When we go to twin turbo, watch out."
"He's got the pressures of sponsorships and things to deal with. He feels that pressure all the time," he said. "I understand him being frustrated. But that's an emotional thing. If you take a step back and look at it logically from the steps we've taken together to be successful, those things have come together, and you can see it in the wins that we've achieved."