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Changes Made for the 2010 IZOD IndyCar Series

The upcoming IZOD IndyCar Series has a buzz surrounding it. There are higher expectations for the series this year, after many offseason headlines. One of the changes for the 2010 season is the removal of the four-position fuel knob. This means that drivers must regulate fuel usage primarily with their foot pedals. Another noticeable change will be the use of a floating headrest designed by the league's director of engineering, Jeff Horton. The intent of this device is for it to stay with the driver through a crash. Every Indy car will be equipped with a reverse gear for road and street circuits. The gear should reduce the number of full-course cautions in those events. Drivers suggest that the gear will be wide enough to keep from breakin...

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