When you race an IndyCar, the driving position and car set-up are tailored just for you. It’s your car.
But when you go endurance racing, it’s quite different. Here you must share the car with other drivers of different sizes - and different driving styles.
In our latest video, a group of top IndyCar drivers go sports car racing - and explain what it takes to Drive as a Team.
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