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IndyCar windscreen prototype to see update ahead of first road course action

As the world’s top racing series continue to strive forward in driver safety, IndyCar continues to develop a windscreen prototype ahead of its road course testing debut. “The one we’ve used in testing so far was always intended to be a temporary piece,” President of Competition and Operations fJay Frye told RACER.com, “and our team has been incorporating some things to make it stronger and mount to the car easier now that we’ve taken some time to use the feedback we’ve gotten and design a new flange — possibly the final version.” The series’ answer to Formula 1’s infamous halo, the windscreen has seen tests run at ISM...
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