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IndyCar drivers will be ‘flying blind’ at Texas – Rahal

In the lead-up to IndyCar’s delayed start to the 2020 season, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver Graham Rahal has revealed some details of just how difficult the first race will be for drivers and teams alike. “I think no doubt whoever is the best prepared is who's going to have the most success this weekend because really there's not much practice at all, so it's kind of flying blind for most of us,” said Rahal. “Our guys have worked extremely hard. The engineering corps has never stopped working throughout that process, and I hope that we can come out and be very strong.” ADVERTISEMENT After an exceedingly long off-season, the field of drivers will only have two hours of...
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