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Overcoming traffic an area of concern for drivers

Some of the finest Verizon IndyCar Series drivers wore looks of exasperation after getting their first taste of running close together at Phoenix International Raceway. The three-hour Friday night session, run in the same approximate time when the April 7 race takes place, gave teams a chance to send their drivers out to sample the new-for-2018 bodywork and gauge the effects of the rather low downforce settings the series has mandated. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Rahal, Sato fastest in Phoenix night session RACER video: Phoenix Friday IndyCar test report Chevy appoints new IndyCar program manager IndyCar video: Phoenix test sessions Friday IndyCar testing gallery The desired...
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