IndyCar reveals fire damage to Carlin factory

Mat Coch


Wednesday 13th May, 2020 - 10:59am


Carlin’s fire damaged factory

Images of the repaired Carlin IndyCar factory which caught fire have been released showing the extent of the damage.

A fire broke out in the factory in March, ahead of what should have been the eve of the Grand Prix of St Peterburg.

Based in Delray Beach, Florida, a series of images have now been released showing the damage and repair.

According to IndyCar, “The cars weren’t damaged, but as you can tell from the photos the shop was a different story.”

The 2020 IndyCar Series is scheduled to get underway on June 6, with Texas Motor Speedway hosting the first round of a heavily modified calendar. comment policy

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