The Week In IndyCar, Could 21, listener Q&A
Questions submitted from followers by way of social media make up this episode of The Week In IndyCar present. Among the many objects coated:
“Ferrari is exploring becoming a member of IndyCar in 2022 when the brand new laws kick in. What do you suppose this is able to seem like? Do you see a state of affairs the place they are saying, ‘We are going to be part of if we are able to construct the precise displacement hybrid engine we would like”? “We are going to be part of if we’re allowed to develop our personal chassis, and so forth.? Absolutely this is able to make another European producers take one other take a look at IndyCar as nicely?”
“Hypothetically, if we solely get a number of races in and we are able to’t end the season, will IndyCar crown a champion for the 2020 season? Or will the season be prolonged to incorporate the 2021 season for a 2020-2021 championship?”
“Akin to what Porsche did with its 919 Evo on the Nurburgring and Spa, the place they threw out the rule e book and modified the automobile to go as quick as doable, what speeds may very well be achieved at IMS if an IndyCar group was capable of modify a present automobile to go as quick as doable?
“To what diploma are IndyCar groups allowed to restore and keep their engines with out getting Chevy or Honda technical employees concerned or sending the unit again to the provider for restore?”
Listener Q&A begins on the 12m00s mark within the episode.