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Randy Bernard Addresses IndyCar Concerns, Season-Ending Promotion
Published August 30, 2011
HELPING IT GROW: Pruett noted Bernard has been "tasked with bringing the IndyCar Series into a place of financial solvency." His "best shot at bringing the series out of the red and into the black is by expanding the calendar through new events that offer to pay a steep sanctioning fee." With that, IndyCar Commercial Division President Terry Angstadt said series officials are "well down the path" toward having a race in China next year. Angstadt: "The agreement has been negotiated. ... I would put it at 90/10. It's positive. It's a real process" (SPEEDTV.com, 8/29).