Ground(ed) Effects

Indycar and general autosport opinion

I blame the NFL for ruining IndyCar. The NFL has produced a model of professional major-sport competition so successful at being even-handed, it dares all other sports to match it. Baseball can’t touch it, Basketball’s popularity has fallen immensely, Hockey all but disappeared after their lockout season.  LOCKOUT SEASON?  Anyone remember a cancelled World Series?  …

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Dear Board of Directors – Hulman and Company: As a native Hoosier and lifetime Indy 500 fan (primarily and Indycar Series supporter second despite them being close relatives), I track with great passion the sport’s changes as how they may affect the Indy 500 first, and the remainder of the sport next. Mr. Tony George’s …

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I’ve been going to the Indianapolis 500 for many, many years now and almost nothing about Indy and it’s changes have caused me any angst. Nothing except for one seemingly small but ignominious detail, which I humbly submit for reversion back to its previous form, for your review… There are precious few truly outstanding and …

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