INDIANAPOLIS — Graham Rahal admits he is anxious about Saturday’s race.
He is a little leery about opening the IndyCar time at a person of the series’ trickiest tracks — with no tests, with constrained practice time and revised tire procedures. He is also curious how IndyCar’s latest protection aspect, the windscreen, will perform in its prolonged-awaited and prolonged-delayed debut.
“This is going to be a initially for us — the glare, the pitting, does it get beat up on an oval, just the visibility standpoint, the heat, all of these points on an oval,” Rahal said. “We just do