Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevy driver Sage Karam joins the Marshall Pruett Podcast’s short-form, end-of-day recap following Wednesday’s practice run in preparation for the Indy 500. The former Indy Lights champion is a bit older, calmer and more grounded than we’ve ever seen, and with his top-10 speed shown so far, the young American appears to be on the right path toward a positive month of May. Karam’s technical insights on the handling differences with IndyCar’s new 2018 bodywork are especially valuable as the Pennsylvanian dives into some of the issues many of the fast drivers have noted this week.
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