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IndyCar's 'Windscreen' gets thumbs up during test debut

IndyCar's answer to increasing driver head protection made its test debut on Thursday at the ISM Raceway, with the 'Windscreen' fitted to Scott Dixon's #9 car. The windscreen has been under development for nearly two years and is made from the same material used in the production of fighter jet canopies and is therefore incredibly strong and lightweight. The series has worked with a number of manufacturers to ensure issues such as glare and distortion aren't an issue and Dixon gave a positive review of the device following his first run with it fitted. “There’s no game-stoppers. It’s a little bit different looking through something...
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