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Randy Bernard Gives Himself A "C" Halfway Through His Contract As IndyCar CEO
Published June 25, 2012
WHO'S GOT NEXT? Also in Indianapolis, Curt Cavin noted IndyCar is “believed to be asking for upwards of $1 million from promoters” to host the cancelled China race. Several tracks “have said no, including Texas Motor Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and, in a roundabout way, Watkins Glen International.” Road America President George Bruggenthies said that the track and IndyCar “are six figures apart.” Bruggenthies reportedly wanted a decision “by Sunday night.” Cavin noted Bruggenthies’ offer “apparently was well short of IndyCar’s number, and it’s difficult to argue with that” (INDYSTAR.com, 6/23).