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2018 IndyCar 'a very different animal' - Bourdais

Team testing of the new 2018 IndyCar aero kit got underway Tuesday at Sebring International Raceway, with teams permitted five hours of testing per day. Dale Coyne Racing and Andretti Autosport tested their Honda-powered cars Tuesday, with Chip Ganassi Racing joining in on Wednesday. For DCR's Sebastien Bourdais, however, time in the car was limited by a variety of electrical gremlins. "New-car problems – new data system, new everything on the car, new aero – just got to work out the kinks of everything," Bourdais told RACER's Marshall Pruett. "The guys did a really good job on the car – everything functions, the dash works, we're just not really getting values and...
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