IndyCar » President, Tracy defend LVMS; greats defend oval racing

Paul Tracy has claimed that Las Vegas Motor Speedway was not to blame for Dan Wheldon's death on Sunday, while others say there is no reason to abandon open-wheel racing on ovals.

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Maxx - Unregistered

October 21, 2011 6:12 PM

Perhaps next year, Indy car can race in Austin instead of Las Vegas.

F-1 will never allow Indy Cars to race at a track they currently use. Not that the Indy Cars would be faster, but, F-1 is supposed to be the Pinnicle of racing, they can't take the chance on being second fastest. After 4 or 5 races, when F-1 bails out for a different track, then Indy Cars will go there.

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