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Why should Indycar be happy to simply become another stepping stone to F1. Indycar has its own flavor. Besides les than 10 percent of those aspiring to F1 make it there.
Most of F1's revenue is derived from various governments funding the Grand Prix's. So in truth no one really knows how economically viable it is as a business model. Only the Austin Grand Prix will have private funding.
The only government funded races in Indycar are the ones outside the U.S. The american races have very little government involvement. So in essence Indycar operates in a stronger economic climate: people have to recoup their money back and some. Hence the reason why the different racing approaches