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06/20/2011

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So along with the usual 10 or 12 Formula Ford pilots masquerading as professional drivers, the "brain trust" at the IRL have decided to introduce five non-regulars at the last event on the calendar. Where will they get them? From the ranks of Formula Vee? Or karting?

IndyCar stands are almost always half-empty Norris, save the Indy 500, Toronto, and Edmonton...even the almighty NASCAR are running stands at 50-70% capacity right now....I applaud IndyCar for going back to real circuits and tracks....sad that the Glen is off the agenda, but Road America would be great...Milwaukee is different altogether, and shows diversity in set-up and talent....would you rather they run a the cookie-cutter Iowa and Kansas and the like all the time, where a mid-packer like Danica can run a fuel conservation strategy every race to go for the win?

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