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Heat looming as a factor at Indy GP

NTT IndyCar Series drivers are preparing for a second consecutive race where sweltering heat will play a significant role in the event. Following the opening race in Texas where extreme temperatures pushed a number of drivers and pit crews to their limits, Saturday’s 80-lap race on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is expected to offer more of the same with a forecast high of 93 degrees. IndyCar’s new aeroscreen driver protection device will face its first test in road course competition at IMS where, in a change from the big oval in Texas, the 26 drivers will not receive a constant supply of high-speed airflow into the cockpit. With the circuit’s mix of corners and braking zones, the...
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