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Hunter-Reay counting on different car for different results in 2018

Ryan Hunter-Reay is hoping the new universal bodywork that adorns his No. 28 Andretti Autosport Honda will play a part in getting back to Victory Lane. A quiet 2017 season where the former Verizon IndyCar Series champion went winless could be rectified by the heavy revision to the base Dallara DW12 chassis. A sizable reduction in the maximum downforce available at most tracks – road and street courses, in particular – should favor the Indy 500 winner. With a more dynamic car to drive, one that is rarely happy and stable under braking and corner entry, Hunter-Reay left Sebring on Wednesday buoyed by all he experienced with the UAK18 bodywork. "It was great to get back in the car....
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