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[ad_1] IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden believes Penske’s recent dominance of the championship can continue in 2018 and that it could make the new aerokit its advantage by adapting quickly. The championship will have a radically different new universal aerokit next year, replacing the engine manufacturer designed builds, and drivers believe it will reset the playing
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[ad_1] One-time Indianapolis 500 winner Scott Dixon says IndyCar’s new universal aerokit for 2018 could make qualifying for next year’s race “super-easy”. Dixon tested at Indianapolis and Texas Motor Speedway for Chip Ganassi in the second of four manufacturer-led tests before teams begin their own running in 2018. After completing the test Dixon, who has
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[ad_1] IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden has backed the series’ decision to reject the adoption of a Formula 1-style halo and pursue its own cockpit protection system instead. The single-seater series plans to test its own “windshield” cockpit protection device in the coming months after rejecting the halo as a viable solution. Newgarden told reporters at
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[ad_1] Honda and Chevrolet have begun their manufacturer testing of the new 2018 IndyCar aerokit, with the engine builders conducting running at Mid-Ohio and Road America respectively. Chevrolet ran Penske driver and 2016 IndyCar champion Simon Pagenaud alongside Ed Carpenter Racing’s Spencer Pigot at Road America yesterday, in the first of five days allocated to
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[ad_1] Josef Newgarden was crowned 2017 IndyCar Series champion earlier this month, completing his rise from young hopeful to American superstar. A key player in his success is former Autosport journalist Jeremy Shaw, whose Team USA Scholarship allowed Newgarden to race in Formula Ford in the United Kingdom. In this video from Motorsport.tv’s weekly programme
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