The state of the IndyCar Series

The state of the IndyCar Series

While the on-track championship battle was fascinating, off track the IndyCar Series faced a more challenging year than expected. Matt Beer analyses the state of the American series

Back in the days of the split, reviving American single-seater racing looked so straightforward.

IndyCar and Champ Car each had 17-18 cars, a nucleus of highly-talented drivers with strong fan followings, a varied core of successful venues, and some of America's top racing teams.

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