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Dallara begins IndyCar's 2018 bodywork production

Following successful tests with its 2018 bodywork at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Mid-Ohio and Iowa, IndyCar has given Dallara the green light to start manufacturing the superspeedway and road course/short oval kits every Verizon IndyCar Series team will use next season. "Almost everything went into production after Mid-Ohio, and [today], we'll sign off on everything else," IndyCar aerodynamic director Tino Belli told RACER. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar 2018 short oval aero gets thumbs-up at Iowa test Podcast: The week in IndyCar news, Aug. 10 Long Beach IndyCar future secure after council vote Fall/winter tests targeted for IndyCar aeroscreen "I don't want to be...
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