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IndyCar debuts 2018 road/street course kit

– IndyCar has debuted the road/street course and short oval configuration of the universal bodywork kits that will be used in the championship next year.The universal bodywork kit has been designed by Dallara, which has been the sole chassis supplier for the past decade, and it covers the IR-12 chassis, in use since 2012.Last week the superspeedway oval version of the kit was unveiled and run for the first time at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servià in action.The pair returned to test duties on Tuesday at Mid-Ohio, this time in the version of the bodywork kit that will be used on road/street venues and at short ovals in 2018."It feels...
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