Will anyone notice how good IndyCar is?
IndyCar is thriving on-track and the competition is hotting up yet further in 2014. But with its profile still shrinking, it risks becoming motorsport's best kept secret, reckons MARK GLENDENNING
Back in 1991, musician/composer Frank Zappa released a live double album documenting what would prove to be his final tour; a tour he abandoned early due to personality conflicts within the crack 11-piece ensemble that he'd taken on the road with him. The album's title? The Best Band You Never Heard In Your Life.
There's nothing to suggest a mid-season disbandment of IndyCar is on the horizon, but the prospect of a great show that nobody sees looms as large as ever.
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