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Rahal/Hogan Racing brought in a new driver in Raul Boesel to partner Bobby Rahal and swapped out Honda power for Mercedes engines in a move that propelled Rahal back to his customary position of fighting for a championship. His five podium finishes in 1995 and eight top-five runs allowed him to hold off a furious charge from Robby Gordon to place third in the overall standings. He had another stirring run at Indianapolis, coming from 21st on the grid to finish third, despite a contested penalty for speeding on pit lane late in the race. He fought tooth-and-nail with Michael Andretti over 50 laps in Toronto before claiming second, matching season-best runs earned at Surfers Paradise and Portland. For the second straight year, the second team car started the season with great promise as Boesel qualified third and finished sixth at Miami on his way to three straight top-10 runs. The team had its best day of the year at Portland as Rahal finished third and Boesel came home in fifth, but the Brazilian managed just one top-10 result in his final six events.