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IndyCar Aeroscreen 'ticks a lot more boxes' than F1's Halo – Scott Dixon

Scott Dixon believes IndyCar's Aeroscreen 'ticks a lot more boxes' in terms of both safety and design than the current Halo being used in Formula 1, as well as other FIA sanctioned series. IndyCar is looking to introduce the Aeroscreen from 2020 after working on its development with Red Bull Advanced Technologies. In fact, the device was originally intended for F1 before the FIA chose to go with the Halo. Dixon, who has been involved in the development process, believes the Aeroscreen is 'maybe where the Halo needs to go' in future. 'I think the Red Bull Technology one ticks a lot more boxes. I’ve been involved in that a fair bit,' he told Autosport. 'It started...
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