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IndyCar finalizes aeroscreen testing plans

The public debut of IndyCar's cockpit protection device is planned for the series' first open test of the year on Feb. 9-10 at Phoenix International Raceway. The hard date was set after the IndyCar-developed aeroscreen became subject to multiple timeline changes that pushed its track testing phase back to 2018. "We're doing everything we can to have one on a car for the Phoenix test," IndyCar competition president Jay Frye told RACER. "We're still deciding on how we want that to work at the test but yes, that's our goal, and we just needed to set a date, no matter what, and make it happen." And like many plans, especially with a highly specialized prototype piece like...
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