IndyCar Drivers Uncertain How Aeroscreen Will Work At Texas
INDIANAPOLIS -- AP -- Some IndyCar drivers are nervous heading into Saturday's season-opening race at Texas. They will be racing on one of the series' trickiest tracks, in stifling heat and with the new windscreen for the first time.
The protective device was supposed to make its debut on a road course in March. But when the pandemic shut down the sports world, series officials revised the schedule. Now, the introductory race will take place on a high-speed, high-banked Texas oval, where it has not been tested.
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