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07/22/2011

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So when did you report this? It's news to me, and I'm eagerly awaiting Bernie's downfall - have been for years. If I'd seen a headline about Bernie, I'd have read it, so are you even more guilty than the ones you're slagging, if you didn't report it 3 months ago?

Well, duh. You have less a racing series than you do a series that is dictated by marketing and driven by scarcity of dollars. Hanging onto the status quo is a sure way to oblivion through the same old and the monkey see monkey do low risk mentality. Sad part is when things are too far gone a group such as Indy Car will suddenly 'get it'. The ACO and ALMS for all their quirks and foibles at least understand that the automotive climate is changing and innovation is the key. Indy Car really missed out by not having the Delta Wing but this commenter predicts that in two years they'll be changing their minds. Too late by then.

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