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Four cars for final 2018 IndyCar bodywork test

The Verizon IndyCar Series has doubled the number of cars it will have at its disposal for Tuesday's final test for its brand-new 2018 bodywork. Along with the two primary cars it has used throughout the summer from Chevy affiliate Team Penske and Honda partner Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, RACER has learned IndyCar's visit to Sebring International Raceway's short course will also include a 2018-spec Ed Carpenter Racing Chevy and a Chip Ganassi Racing Honda carrying high-downforce 2018 universal aero packages. As IndyCar aerodynamic director Tino Belli recently told RACER, the final validation test scheduled for Sebring would be used to sign off on revised brake ducting to cool the new and...
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