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Shank prepping for late February IndyCar testing debut

Michael Shank had every intention of testing at Sonoma Raceway on Monday with driver Jack Harvey alongside his Schmidt Peterson Motorsports teammates, but widespread delivery delays from chassis manufacturer Dallara left the new IndyCar entrant waiting on a tub to complete his new car. Although Shank's woes are far from unique – most of the field have reported significant holdups with receiving everything from new DW12s to the 2018 bodywork built by Dallara – the Ohio-based entrant finally took possession of the carbon-fiber safety cell (pictured below) Wednesday morning. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar RACER video: Foyt's Kanaan and Leist continue learning at Sonoma IndyCar...
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