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IndyCar Series Starting To See Some Positive Signs Amid Turbulent Offseason
Published December 4, 2012
MELTED ICE: In Indianapolis, Curt Cavin reported IndyCar officials "have decided to close the small Santa Monica, Calif., office designed to assist with contacts in the entertainment industry.” IndyCar Entertainment "opened two years ago at the direction" of Bernard, and it "assisted with several projects, including the animated DreamWorks movie 'Turbo' scheduled to be released in July." ICE consisted of a three-person staff led by IndyCar Senior VP/Media & Entertainment Sarah Nettinga (INDYSTAR.com, 12/3).