The tech changes that should improve the Indy 500

The tech changes that should improve the Indy 500

Last year's Indianapolis 500 was not the spectacle the series hoped for. A series of "subtle" changes have been made for 2019 aimed at increasing overtaking without compromising safety

One of the biggest talking points heading into this year's Indianapolis 500 is the quality of the racing after the drab affair that was the 2018 edition.

IndyCar's then-new aerokit was always going to be an unknown until it hit race conditions, although warnings from drivers, including Graham Rahal, calling for more downforce went unanswered.

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