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IndyCar pleased with Iowa aeroscreen findings

The NTT IndyCar Series’ investigation into the multi-car crash in Iowa involving Colton Herta and Rinus VeeKay has been completed. With the findings produced on how the new aeroscreen driver protection device performed in its first significant incident, IndyCar president Jay Frye said VeeKay’s aeroscreen served its basic purpose, and was successful at stopping portions of Herta’s car from entering the Dutchman’s cockpit.
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