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06/03/2013

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They should be able to string together some of the numerous crash footage this sad series has generated and hype that up. That is how NASCAR puts butts in the seats with crashes, and the low level of driving talent in the current indycar series provides lots of crashes.

Fact is North Americans do not like road racing, and that is why circle track crap will always be popular with the rednecks. No amount of marketing will get that through the average persons head that it takes real talent to drive a road course at the limit. They just want to see crashes, and fendered cars provide them with much more of what they want, and those big bricks are a sponsors dream to get the message out.

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