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IndyCar to introduce licensing system in the style of Formula 1

As the Verizon IndyCar Series reaches towards the heights of American open wheel racing’s peak, they are to begin implementing a driver licensing system not unlike the supelicense seen in Formula 1. The move is being made to ensure the proper handling of new teams and entries to the series - as the growth of IndyCar has lead to several additions and more in future - and to streamline the means by which development drivers graduate from the Road to Indy upwards, as reported by Autosport.com. For drivers outside of IndyCar sanctioned feeder series, qualification is based on equal or relevant experience. Entries in Formula 1 and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualify for a...
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