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It has been stated widely, here in US motorsport forums, that Indy Car racing needs to get away from one-and-a-half-mile ovals intended for NASCAR (such as Las Vegas). On such tracks, the cars are going flat out, nailed to the track by downforce. The series needs to race at Loudon, Milwaukee, and bring Phoenix back on to the schedule. Another option would be for the series to revive the Handford Device, used so effectively during the later years of CART to (via aerodynamics) break up the packs.Some have suggested that Indy Car racing become an all road racing series. Not a chance-the main "selling point" of US OWR (save for the IRL's all-oval years) has been the great variety of tracks- to lose that would make the IICS into "F1 Lite". Not a viable option.