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IndyCar aeroscreen test continues at Richmond

Development of IndyCar’s new-for-2020 aeroscreen continued at Richmond Raceway courtesy of reigning champion Josef Newgarden and five-time title-winner Scott Dixon. Newgarden and Dixon evaluated the screen on the 0.75-mile short oval, which will return to the schedule next season. For Newgarden, who added the 2019 title to his 2017 success, it was his first experience of the head protection device, which has been developed by Red Bull Technologies. 'It honestly was pretty seamless, and it didn't feel that different,” said Penske driver Newgarden. 'Perception-wise it was a little different when I got in. It took maybe 30, 40 laps, after that you're used to it. It feels...
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