Randy Bernard on revitalising IndyCar

Randy Bernard on revitalising IndyCar

When Randy Bernard took over as IndyCar chief 18 months ago, he was given the task of restoring the championship to its former glory. Mark Glendenning spoke to the former Professional Bullriding chief for a progress report

AUTOSPORT has barely set foot inside Randy Bernard's trailer within the Texas Motor Speedway paddock and already the IndyCar CEO is multi-tasking; juggling effusive welcomes with repeated apologies for the fact that the air-con isn't working – no small matter, given that it is 36 degrees.

He has worked some hospitality in there, too.

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