Many minor amounts of data could lead to major Indy 500 succe…

As a driver, I’m looking for data and metrics for my information as well,” said Charlie Kimball, driver of the No. 23 Fiasp Carlin Chevrolet whose father, Gordon, was a noted Indy car and Formula One race engineer.
JR Hildebrand, driver of the No. 48 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Salesforce Chevrolet, says it was important during Indy 500 practice to look beyond the data, especially when running with other cars in race trim.
Hildebrand: “It’s really trying to understand who on track, almost just by observation – although some of this you can dig out of the data at the end of the day – are the guys who are really capable of making genuine on-track passes?”

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