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Better drafting, passing with 2018 car, Dixon predicts

IndyCar fans have heard plenty about the bodywork changes for 2018 that are designed to reduce turbulence coming off the cars in order to make passing easier, and as more tests are completed, deeper insights come forth from inside the cockpit. Strapped inside a Dallara DW12 with the new UAK18 bodywork at tracks ranging from Sebring to Texas to Indianapolis, four-time champion Scott Dixon says changes to the physical experience of following cars in 2017 and 2018 aero trim have been remarkable. "The biggest difference driving it is it's more consistent when you're behind a car," the Chip Ganassi Racing driver told RACER. "Driving in the wake of another car is much better and...
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