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2018 short oval setup gets thumbs-up at Iowa test

The emerging trend from IndyCar's 2018 universal bodywork tests is Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servia love driving their Chevy- and Honda-powered cars, and with the completion of today's outing at Iowa, more positivity was offered by those in attendance. "I really like where they're going with this car," Montoya told RACER. "We tried high downforce like we always run here and then we did some running with less downforce, and I liked that the most." Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Podcast: The week in IndyCar news, Aug. 10 Long Beach IndyCar future secure after council vote Fall/winter tests targeted for IndyCar aeroscreen "I don't want to be a driver...
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