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Hope for Phoenix passing rises at IndyCar test

Page 1 of 2 With the benefit of another night to work on their race setups, some IndyCar drivers left the Phoenix open test Saturday night with a more encouraging view of what could take place during the April 7 race. Friday night's three-hour session was remarkable for its lack of competitive passing – it was a rarity to see one driver chasing another down and executing a daring maneuver – but Saturday night's running did offer a better look of how the race might produce some thrills. The offseason move from using Chevy- and Honda-designed aero kits producing crushing downforce to new-for-2018 universal kits that shed a significant amount of downforce and drag has altered how the cars...
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