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Visor Cam from the 2018 IndyCar body kit at Road America

By Steve Wittich Team Penske (Simon Pagenaud) and Ed Carpenter Racing (Spencer Pigot) were testing with the 2018 IndyCar body kit at Road America today. IndyCar generously uploaded a visor cam from Pigot.   If you compare the video to Tony Kanaan’s visor cam from this past June, you’ll notice that Pigot is pulling 6th...

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Indianapolis 500 Goes Green Sunday on ABC for 53rd Consecutive Year

Indianapolis 500 Goes Green Sunday on ABC for 53rd Consecutive Year ESPN’s Production Includes First In-Race Visor Cam; ESPN App Second-Screen Experience Continuing a Memorial Day weekend tradition that dates back to 1965, ABC will televise the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race on Sunday, May 28. The telecast of the “Greatest Spectacle in […]

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Verizon IndyCar Series open test at Barber Motorsports Park – morning lap times and visor-cam from Alexander Rossi

Here is the morning’s time-sheet from testing at Barber Motorsports Park. Cars are back on track at 3pm (Eastern) and will run until 6pm. RANK CAR NO. DRIVER BEST LAP GAP TO BEST LAP 1 26 Takuma Sato 1:08.1705 —— 2 10 Tony Kanaan 1:08.2163 0.0458 3 12 Will Power 1:08.2997 0.1292 4 9 Scott...

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