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IndyCar set to improve rear crash structure for next season

The NTT IndyCar Series is set to introduce a new rear crash structure on all of its cars next season, leading to safer impacts on ovals and street courses. According to a report by RACER, chassis supplier Dallara has developed an updated design for the structure, called an attenuator, and will have it ready for […]
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