Andretti Autosport mechanics push Alexander Rossi’s number 27 IndyCar through the paddock at Circuit of the Americas on March 22nd, 2019.
Compared to F1, access to the paddock was excellent at last weekend’s IndyCar Classic at CoTA. Not only were many more people allowed into the paddock area, but the garages were essentially open so you could watch as mechanics worked on the cars. From my experience of F1, even if you can get into the paddock area, most teams wall off the back of the garage so there is no view of anything interesting happening inside.
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