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IndyCar completes 2018 bodywork testing at Sebring

The Verizon IndyCar Series completed its fourth and final test of its new-for-2018 universal bodywork on Tuesday in hot and humid conditions at Florida's Sebring International Raceway. In addition to the two series-led cars from Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and Team Penske, Chip Ganassi Racing and Ed Carpenter Racing were also invited to bring 2018-spec cars, giving IndyCar two Chevys and two Hondas to help complete the signoff process on bodywork, brakes, electronics, and other items like onboard TV camera positions. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Four cars for final 2018 IndyCar bodywork test NBC reports ratings gains for 2017 IndyCar coverage Boston GP organizer sues city for...
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