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IndyCar avoiding F1 regulation mistakes - Miles

IndyCar CEO Mark Miles says the series has looked at Formula 1's regulations to ensure it does not design a car that has an adverse effect on racing. 2017 has seen new aerodynamic regulations introduced in F1, with increased downforce levels resulting in faster lap times. However, with the wider cars also being more sensitive to dirty air when following another car, overtaking has become more difficult. IndyCar's next generation of car features less downforce, and when asked by RACER if the series monitors how F1's changes are working out, Miles replied: "Yeah, we do, and Jay [Frye] has been talking technically. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Ganassi's Hull: 'We like drivers...
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