The spicy rivalry that IndyCar needs

The spicy rivalry that IndyCar needs

IndyCar has struggled for marketable driver rivalries, so MARK GLENDENNING believes the series' biggest teams firing verbal shots at each other could be a very good thing

When an on-track clash between Marco Andretti and Graham Rahal escalated into a minor verbal spat in 2012, former IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard spotted what he believed to be an opportunity.

During his tenure with the series, Bernard's efforts to tout IndyCar were unfailingly energetic and well-intentioned if, as was the case here, occasionally misdirected.

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