IndyCar » Series refutes reports of CEO sacking

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Bernard did the impossible he topped Tony George who was the worse ever Indycar Series CEO. Indycar had the momentum into 2012 but this guy completely messed up things from the broadcasting deals to circuit deals to attracting new sponsors to many other things this year alone not to mention the 2011 or so decisions which even took the life of one driver. I can't understand how Indycar went after someone with NO experience in racing management or let's call him an outsider and gave this guy all the power he got. From the moment he signed the Dallara fiasco deal I knew it was game over and many new years in the dark for Indycar Series.

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