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Pictures: McLaren SP and Penske resume IndyCar testing at Sebring

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IndyCar testing resumed at the Sebring circuit in Florida yesterday where Penske and McLaren SP ran their new drivers for the 2021 season.

Australian Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin, who made his debut for Penske in last year’s season finale, made his first appearance in a new blue and white livery. He joins Josef Newgarden, Will Power and Simon Pagenaud in the team’s line-up this year.

Meanwhile former Ganassi driver Felix Rosenqvist appeared for McLaren SP alongside Pato O’Ward. The pair an an interim livery on their cars.

Also present at yesterday’s test were Andretti, with cars for Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Colton Herta, plus Carpenter’s Conor Daly and Rinus VeeKay, and RLL’s Graham Rahal in a plain black chassis.

The new IndyCar season is due to begin at Barber Motorsports Park on April 18th.

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  • 4 comments on “Pictures: McLaren SP and Penske resume IndyCar testing at Sebring”

    1. An open question:

      How simple do you think it is for an F! team to cheat by secretly testing their car?

      1. @sonnycrockett More or less impossible to test secretly given how many people running a single F1 car requires. There’s also the transportation from a factory to a track, etc., so the FIA would quickly become aware of a secret testing attempt. Therefore, not so simple, I reckon.

        1. I think the way that Pirelli allocates and tracks every set of tyres is another safeguard (or barrier, depending on how you look at it).

    2. Am I mistaken or is it Takuma Sato rather than Graham Rahal in the black RLL?

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