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Hull ready to learn from first IndyCar deflector test

Chip Ganassi Racing managing director Mike Hull views the upcoming test his team will conduct for IndyCar with its new windscreen in a different light than some who've weighed in on the driver protection device. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar The Week In IndyCar, Feb. 7, with Mike Hull United Rentals extends RLL sponsorship Coyne officially confirms Claman De Melo, Fittipaldi Pietro Fittipaldi excited to honor Emerson's 25th win anniversary at Indy Shank prepping for late February IndyCar testing debut "People call it a windscreen," he said. "I think the whole purpose of this device is to deflect objects. I refer to it on my own more as a deflector than a windshield...
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