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Published June 27, 2012
SAFETY FIRST: AUTO SPORT noted that IndyCar is looking to launch a FIA "study into catch fencing" when the FIA Institute for Motorsport Safety meets in Paris. IndyCar Orthopedic Consultant Dr. Terry Trammell said that "he would be looking for collaboration with his European counterparts as efforts continue to find ways to improve the design of catch fencing to increase safety for drivers and spectators" (AUTOSPORT.com, 6/25).