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Indianapolis Motor Speedway May Consider Naming Rights For Track, Indianapolis 500
Published February 19, 2013
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ALL THINGS CONSIDERED...: SPEEDTV.com's Robin Miller wrote it is "not fair that we lose good teachers every year while sports flourish with government assistance." Having "said that, IMS has driven more money for the Indianapolis' business community in 100 years than all of our sports teams combined." Miller: "Asking for help once a century (and paying back a portion of it annually) doesn't bother me." Had former IndyCar CEO Tony George "not spent millions and millions on the IRL, F1, airplanes, helicopters, marketing firms, Gene Simmons and Vision Racing, then IMS wouldn't need or ask for assistance" (SPEEDTV.com, 2/16).