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The simulator will be my new best friend,' says Wickens

Somewhere amid IndyCar's thoroughly restrictive testing limitations, Robert Wickens will look to turn as many laps as possible prior to making his debut next season as teammate to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports' James Hinchcliffe.Although the Canadian has raced on a number of tracks that the Verizon IndyCar Series will visit in 2018, ovals will present a new challenge, as will mastering Honda's twin-turbo V6 powerplant after years of using naturally-aspirated engines in sports cars, and learning the vagaries of the series' new 2018 aero kit."I feel like the busier the better at this point," he said. "Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has a terrific driver development program, and...
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