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Fan requests prompted Iowa IndyCar time shift

Fans of the IndyCar race at Iowa Speedway got some good news on Wednesday – this year's race is starting four hours earlier than 2017. The Iowa 300 on July 8 will get a 1 p.m. green flag local (2 p.m. ET) instead of the much later start of last year (5 p.m. local) because Iowa Speedway president Jimmy Small listened to the paying customers and was able to restore some common sense to a Sunday race in the heartland. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar The Week in IndyCar, Jan. 3, with Conor Daly New in-car views to boost 2018 IndyCar TV IndyCar Series set to get new race director IndyCar increases minimum car weight Chaves, Veach ring in new year with karting wins "We draw people...
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