INDIANAPOLIS — Graham Rahal admits he is anxious about Saturday’s race.
He is a minor leery about opening the IndyCar period at just one of the series’ trickiest tracks — without testing, with minimal apply time and revised tire rules. He is also curious how IndyCar’s latest safety aspect, the windscreen, will perform in its extensive-awaited and extensive-delayed debut.
“This is likely to be a first for us — the glare, the pitting, does it get conquer up on an oval, just the visibility standpoint, the heat, all of these issues on an oval,” Rahal said. “We just really don’t