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More parts removed from IndyCar's spec item list

The Verizon IndyCar Series is removing more items from its list of spec Dallara DW12 parts. Leading into the 2017 season, IndyCar competition president Jay Frye and his team launched an initiative to convert some spec DW12 components to free and open for teams to produce on their own or through preferred vendors, and with testing set to begin in just over a month, more items have been identified. "It's ongoing, and like what we did at the end of 2016 when we sent a survey to all teams to see what kind of parts they'd like to build on their own or have deregulated, we've done this again going into 2018," Frye told RACER. "They came back with a lot of good ideas, so we are...
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