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Bobby Rahal followed up his championship season of 1992 by trying a new Rahal/Hogan chassis, while also laying the groundwork for the ambitious project that would bring Japanese automotive giant Honda into CART/Indy Car racing. A strong finish to the year made up for the team’s first-ever failure to qualify for the Indianapolis 500, as Rahal scored top-10 finishes in 11 of the year’s final 12 races, vaulting him to fourth in the season standings. The team also expanded to a two-car effort, bringing Californian Mike Groff into the fold for six races. Bobby came from 11th on the grid in Long Beach to finish second for the third consecutive year on the California streets, and also finished second in Vancouver to set a season high-water mark. Groff finished a season-high ninth at Portland, marking his only top-10 finish of the season.