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Cockpit heat a brutal challenge in Indy GP

It was 90 degrees outside and at least 120 degrees inside everyone's Indy car for two hours on Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the conditions and new aeroscreen really tested the drivers' mettle. Nobody needed relief and nobody was treated for heat prostration after 80 laps around the IMS road course, but most of the 24 finishers were toasted.
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