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Racing the aeroscreen at night is an unknown – Dixon

IndyCar is heading into the unknown as it prepares to use the Aeroscreen head protection device at night for the first time, according to Ganassi veteran Scott Dixon. After a lengthy disruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the NTT IndyCar Series will kick back into life this weekend (June 6) at Texas Motor Speedway, where the Aeroscreen run in competition for the first time. IndyCar has condensed the weekend's racing action into just one day, which also includes bringing the race one hour forward, meaning drivers will begin just as the sun is setting. ADVERTISEMENT 'I think the unknown is we've never really run at night with the Aeroscreen,' said Dixon.
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