By Adam Tate, Associate Editor
IndyCar has released new renderings of the series’ much anticipated 2018 aerokit designs. The new universal kit will replace the controversial manufacturer based kits from Honda HPD and Chevrolet from the last several years in an effort to cut costs and improve racing. The latter has led Jay Frye, IndyCar President of Competition to put an emphasis on the looks of the car and just where it generates its’ downforce. Shifting much of the downforce to the underbody has allowed a far sleeker design than any other iteration of the now venerable DW12 chassis. The look is a reminder of the sport’s past while simultaneously looking to the future. Enjoy the gallery below and look for an in depth technical analysis soon.