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Cockpit cooling options tested in Johnson's IMS road course runs

When the NTT IndyCar Series returns to road course action in September or October, its drivers will have some new and improved cockpit cooling options available for use. At the recent Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course outing in an IndyCar for seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson, the series tried a variety of 3D-printed ducts and devices meant to reduce cockpit temperatures behind the new aeroscreen. 3D-printed scoops tested on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. Image via IMS “We tested five or five or six of them with Jimmie Johnson, and there are a couple of things that we feel pretty good about,” IndyCar president Jay Frye told RACER. “A couple of them seemed...
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