– Luiz Razia got his first taste of an Indy Lights car with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports at Sebring this week. The Brazilian, who was set to race for Marussia in Formula 1 last season only to be replaced by Jules Bianchi, completed 66 laps of the venue, setting the third fastest time behind Zach Veach and Gabby Chaves. "It was nice," said Razia, who has also tested for Force India and Toro Rosso in Formula 1. "There was not that much power, but there was good grip and the brakes are like GP3. Overall, I had a good feeling."
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