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@ Tony Soprano... HAHAHAHAHAH!!! Question: The powers that be in the States seem rather tentative to commit to F1 (Quite understandably, as it's NOT a cheap event to host, never mind hosting TWO races). So, this is just a thought, but in MotoGP (Laguna) and WSBK (Miller) the support classes don't attend. Why not leave the GP2 and GP3 guys at home for these rounds, and instead, as a support race, rather schedule Indy to run at the same time at one (Or both events) and maybe give NASCAR a road event at the other? Could this work? It would solve a problem of filling stands and growing interest in F1 there at the same time.



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