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'Different strengths for different drivers' in 2018 IndyCar - Jones

Ed Jones accomplished a pair of firsts on Wednesday at Sebring as he turned his first laps behind the wheel of a Chip Ganassi Racing entry and also got his first taste of IndyCar's UAK18 bodywork around the Florida road course. Dense fog kept Jones, CGR teammate Scott Dixon, and all four Andretti Autosport drivers grounded until approximately 10 a.m., but once the fog lifted, the Briton ventured out and reported the same major takeaway expressed by other drivers who've sampled the universal bodywork. "It's been the first time I've been in a racecar since Sonoma, so it was good to get back in," the former Dale Coyne Racing pilot told RACER. "The main area was the stability...
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