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Indycar Entering a Minefield NASCAR Knows Well

Various hardline fans of the two series might not agree, but based on recent evidence Indycar seems to be heading for the same sort of worries that have been writ large during the NASCAR season. As fans of Indycar will no doubt be aware, the powers-that-be within the series introduced a raft of measures aimed at improving the races, especially on the oval tracks they visit. There were various aerodynamic widgets added—or made optional—to increase downforce, while others were taken away to increase close racing. Then they introduced an engine boost that a driver can use a set number of times during a race that would allow him to pass, defend, or catch up to a rival. The first oval race in Kentucky was a revelation, especially com...

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