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[ad_1] Penske president Tim Cindric says IndyCar has to avoid becoming a completely spec series as it would be a “short-sighted” decision, believing a common car is for “lower motorsport”. IndyCar has moved towards an increasingly standardised car with the introduction of the universal aerokit for 2018, removing the differentiation between manufacturers Honda and Chevrolet
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[ad_1] Charlie Kimball admitted Carlin’s first race in the IndyCar Series was disappointing because he believes the team should be fighting for wins. Kimball and team-mate Max Chilton were classified 19th and 20th in St Petersburg, finishing two and three laps down respectively. The former Chip Ganassi Racing drivers were caught up in incidents, with
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[ad_1] Sebastien Bourdais took a second consecutive win at St Petersburg in opportunistic fashion after Alexander Rossi collided with long-time race leader Robert Wickens late on challenging for the win. Wickens and Rossi were in a tantalising battle throughout the final stint, both running a conventional three-stop strategy while Bourdais was off strategy following an
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[ad_1] Upgrade for free today You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Danica Patrick has revealed that the sign-off to her racing career in the 2018 Indianapolis 500 will be with Ed Carpenter Racing. Representatives from Chip Ganassi Racing, Schmidt Peterson Motorsport, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing confirmed to
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[ad_1] Upgrade for free today You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. IndyCar director of engineering and safety Jeff Horton says the series’ first test of its aeroscreen cockpit protection device “exceeded expectations”. Scott Dixon tested the aeroscreen on Thursday at Phoenix, and gave a generally positive review of the device. IndyCar has
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