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IndyCar confirms rule changes including reduced points during Indy 500 qualifying

IndyCar has announced some rule changes ahead of the 2018 season which also includes a shift in how the points are given during qualifying at the prestigious Indianapolis 500. The number of points handed out during the qualifying session for the Indy 500 has been drastically reduced, only those who qualify for the 'fast nine' shootout will score points from nine points given to the polesitter and one point the ninth-placed driver. Also included in the changes is a new system of qualifying on ovals circuits except the Indy 500, drivers will run in reverse running order of the championship standings prior to the start of the weekend. If any driver hasn't scored any...
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