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INDY RACING SERIES NAMES PHOENIX, LAS VEGAS AS SITES
Published April 4, 1995
The Indy Racing League named the Phoenix Int'l Raceway and a yet-to-be completed track in Las Vegas as the third and fourth sites of its upcoming series. The I.R.L., a competitor to the IndyCar circuit, will begin the '96 season on a new 1.1 mile oval at Disney World in Orlando and will include the Indy 500 on the schedule (AP/N.Y. TIMES, 4/4).