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Tony George to stand down from role on the board of Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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January 21, 2010 10:13 AM

1 down, 1 to go. Now all we need to do is get him out of the IRL then the healing can begin. As long as he is involved in the IRL, CART/ChampCar fans will never fully embrace it because of all the bad blood.

Tony may have brough F1 to the US, but the damage he did to American open wheel racing far overshadowed it. CART in the 90's was the second best series in the world (NASCAR being #1.....ha ha). Tony had the name sake race and still didn't "win the war". He managed to drive both series into mediocrity and remove open wheel from the US landscape. Nice job a hole. He was even kicked out of the family business, useless *****.

Don - Unregistered

January 22, 2010 1:52 PM

Ironic that Champ Car couldn't get rid of Tony. It took his own family to do the job. With IZOD on board, a new formula coming soon, and Tony gone - things are moving in the right direction. Looking forward to a terrific season.

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