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First windscreen test a success – Frye

IndyCar competition boss Jay Frye said that the series achieved all of its objectives with the first track test of its prototype windscreen at Phoenix on Thursday. Scott Dixon completed three runs at different light levels to offer the first real-world evaluation of the device, which had previously only been tested in windtunnels and simulators. While acknowledging that the screen still needs further development, the Ganassi driver was broadly encouraged by what he found, and Frye said that the outing represented a significant stride towards implementation. "There were three steps to the process, and if one of the steps hadn't worked them we probably would have stopped...
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