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IndyCar to evaluate windscreen at Phoenix test

IndyCar will test a new windscreen for the first time during the scheduled Phoenix open pre-season test on February 8. The screen is seen as one option for IndyCar to improve head protection, and is similar to the 'Aeroscreen', tested by Red Bull in Formula 1 in 2016, and the Shield, evaluated by Ferrari mid-2017. However, the FIA has opted to introduce the Halo, which will be used across a number of FIA-sanctioned series this year, including Formula 2 and Formula E (from the 2018/19 season), as well as Formula 1. IndyCar's windscreen has been under development for nearly two years and will be fitted to a Chip Ganassi Racing Honda driven by four-time champion Scott Dixon...
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