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IndyCar trialing new cockpit cooling device for Iowa

The NTT IndyCar Series will test and race with a new cockpit cooling device during the Friday-Saturday doubleheader on the 0.875-mile Iowa oval. After trying an overhead scoop that channeled air toward the crown of the helmet during opening practice last week in Road America, the series has switched to a new scoop designed to take oncoming air and use it to accelerate hot, stagnant air in the cockpit.
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