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Fall/winter tests targeted for IndyCar aeroscreen

According to IndyCar aerodynamic director Tino Belli, the effort to produce an aeroscreen for future use on the spec Dallara DW12 chassis is reaching its latter stages. Although a specific date for its public introduction has yet to be finalized, Belli says manufacturing has begun on a prototype. "First and foremost, there are a lot of hurdles to still get over, in terms of putting a screen on the car," he told RACER. "We have a screen designed, it's being manufactured right now, and it was designed in conjunction with the [new 2018 bodywork] to try and be as aesthetically pleasing as possible within its function." Having seen the aeroscreens tried in Formula 1, Belli...
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