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New in-car views to boost 2018 IndyCar TV

IndyCar and its broadcast partners announced its 2018 television schedule today featuring an expanded use of in-car cameras to bring fans the action of the Verizon IndyCar Series from a variety of new angles in the upcoming 17-race season. ABC and NBCSN will utilize never-before-seen views of IndyCar actionoffers with cameras strategically placed on the universal bodywork kit that is new for all cars in 2018. In addition to the traditional in-car position above and behind the driver's head, cameras will be mounted to the nose, sidepod and rear attenuator. There also will be expanded use of the popular visor cam mounted on the driver's helmet and pioneered by IndyCar. "This is a unique...
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