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Penske’s Cindric warns against IndyCar becoming too spec 

Team Penske president Tim Cindric says that IndyCar needs to open up more ‘boxes’ for development on the car, observing that the room for teams to improve by engineering talent is more reduced than ever before. Following the series’ switch back to a spec aerokit for 2018, IndyCar has not yet defined which areas of development will be open to individual team modification in 2019 and ’20. But Cindric is calling for the rules to allow greater engineering freedom, while also keeping costs in check. “This is the highest form of racing in this country and you should reward good performances and there should be ways you can differentiate yourself,” he told “If you...
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