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Compressed schedule ratchets up 2020 Indy 500 challenge

The revised Indianapolis 500 schedule will feel familiar for most of the NTT IndyCar Series teams in attendance at the Brickyard. Like every other event on the compressed 2020 calendar, drivers, pit crews, and engineers will have a lot to do and limited time to complete their work as practice gets under way on Wednesday. With Tuesday’s opening day cut from the event, the field will have just two days to learn about their cars in race trim and run in packs around the 2.5-mile speedway before turbocharger boost is cranked up on ‘Fast Friday’ where qualifying preparations will begin. A swift move into time trials on Saturday and Sunday will dominate most of the running time, and, with...
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