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Challenge and promise in 2018 car, Andretti drivers say

The first day of IndyCar open testing at Phoenix left a number of drivers concerned about their ability to pass other cars and cope with traffic. However, Andretti Autosport's Ryan Hunter-Reay noted that there were more elements to factor into the performance equation – if not a lot of time, given the limitations on testing, to come to terms with them all. "I don't know. I'm not sure," admitted Hunter-Reay (pictured below during Friday's night session) when asked about what the new package meant for next month's race at Phoenix. "It could be for the race weekend that if it goes in a direction where you have tire degradation, the car is sliding around a lot, everybody is...
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