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09/25/2011

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Glad you mentioned Kyle Larson. Not so happy with your comment. He is not the "open wheel natural" you think he is.
The path to Indy Car was closed to sprint car and midget drivers when rear-engined, foreign-built chassis came along. Even Larson suggested he'd be happy with a career in WoO in an interview posted on the Speed site.
Good for the kid. Who wants to see his talent wasted on a series where the crybaby drivers have to buy a ride and the series will lose ratings when the girl leaves.
It's a shame American open wheel racing has cut off the feeder system for North American drivers. Imagine triple A being as far as a baseball player could go, or, the AHL being where Canadian hockey players reached their highest plateau.
The only way to create an open wheel series that will sell is to put American drivers in real racecars.....not a bunch of off-shore built computerized marvels driven by button-pushing nancy.

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