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IndyCar grants extra test day with new aero

The Verizon IndyCar Series will balance the scales of inequity for teams and drivers who were not part of 2018 universal bodywork testing conducted by Chevy and Honda. Complaints from those who sat on the sidelines during the manufacturer testing that concluded last week at Sebring have been assuaged by a granting of an extra day – five hours of on-track time – leading into their first private test day with the UAK18 bodywork and electronics installed. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar King considering IndyCar move Brown rules out McLaren 2018 Indy 500 return The Week in IndyCar, Dec. 21, with Ben Bretzman Gutierrez edging closer to IndyCar return Andretti adds Munoz as sixth...
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