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INSIGHT: What's next for IndyCar's windscreen?

Page 1 of 2 RACER and IndyCar competition president Jay Frye sat down Saturday afternoon during the Phoenix open test to discuss the findings and next steps forward with the windscreen driver safety device sampled by Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon during three runs – in daylight, at dusk, and at night – on Thursday. QUESTION: With a day or two to think about the three sessions you ran, how do you think things went? Did you meet expectations? JAY FRYE: Well, I think it certainly met expectations, and I believe it actually exceeded it because there were really no issues. Everything that Scott talked about or brought up were things we anticipated or expected. Obviously, there was no...
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