Quote of the Day

"As of right now, I can't say yes or no. We can get out (of the contract). If we have to, we'll do it. No sense in losing money, especially a significant amount of money"
Pocono Raceway President & CEO Brandon Igdalsky, on the future of an IndyCar Race at the track. (AP, 7/3)
Monday July 7, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 207 Print This Issue

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