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Octagon Exec VP Mark Coughlin stopped by the studio to talk about trends in sports consulting and motorsports. Part two of the discussion focuses on F1 and the Izod IndyCar Series. Coughlin, who oversees Octagon's office in Huntersville, N.C., offers insight on what F1's move into Austin and N.Y. mean for U.S. corporations and what the implications of driver Dan Wheldon's death will mean for IndyCar.