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I would also like to ask the brilliant suits at IndyCar why at a "track" so narrow and rough did they decide to re-start side-by-side?

Maybe to make it interesting -- the starting grid for the second race of a doubleheader should be the reverse of the results of the first race. So the first driver out of the first race (be it crash, engine trouble, 10 laps down, etc) gets the pole, and the first race winner races from the back of the grid. Then we can see if giving some of those crappy IRL drivers like Legge a head start or watch the passing action as the better drivers (not great - that's reserved for F1 or NASCAR) get around these moving chicanes. Also the Irrelevant Racing League needs to bring in the GWC finish. Nothing is more dull than watching these crap drivers run 2-3 laps under caution to get to the checkers.

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