IndyCar has continued tests of the windscreen, its alternative to F1’s Halo, in testing for the Indianapolis 500 today.

Reigning champion Josef Newgarden tested the screen on his Penske. Ganassi driver Scott Dixon is the only other driver to have conducted real-world testing of the screen, in a run at IMS Raceway in Phoenix two months ago.

Penske added a vent to its car in front of the windscreen to aid driver cooling following Dixon’s feedback from his test.

IndyCar Indianapolis windscreen test video

Newgarden’s run with the windscreen can be seen in the video below:

IndyCar Indianapolis windscreen test pictures

This article will be updated.


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