Josef Newgarden, Penske, winsdscreen test, Indianapolis, IndyCar, 2018

Josef Newgarden, Penske, winsdscreen test, Indianapolis, IndyCar, 2018

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Josef Newgarden, Penske, winsdscreen test, Indianapolis, IndyCar, 2018

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Josef Newgarden, Penske, winsdscreen test, Indianapolis, IndyCar, 2018

2 comments on “Josef Newgarden, Penske, winsdscreen test, Indianapolis, IndyCar, 2018”

  1. This windscreen solution looks like it belongs to motor racing. The halo becomes even more heinous when compared to this elegant proposal

  2. Sort of the same feeling.

    The shape of the clear windscreen oddly matches the bottom side of the Halo. Striking to know how the windscreen shape that is meant to protect looks Kool and is elegant too. The Formula One Halo which l now think is pretty normal has its protective area instead of elegance its more of toilet seats or beach Zorries with an aray of winglets, hooks and blades that have to go somewhere in a 180mph crash where Wheel/Tire suspension come into the drivers compartment. Looks like the rush to tame the Halo has bred all kinds of stuff added in front of the driver looking forward. How safe are those bits ? The Indy WindScreen just appears to look like a better solution right from the git go. Curious to see how their program responds.
    Something else that is lame is seeing the F1 drivers climb up on little tables to get into the cars. Its a weird part of using the Halo rarely thought of…getting in

    The Indy WindScreen shows initial promise based on how it looks. 9 out of 10 friends prefer the IWS solution

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