IndyCar mustn't follow F1's example

IndyCar mustn't follow F1's example

Formula 1 isn't the only series where fans and insiders are vocally expressing dissatisfaction. MARK GLENDENNING warns IndyCar's critics to keep things in perspective

Long-time IndyCar fans are very possessive when it comes to its heritage.

And they're correspondingly passionate participants in any conversation about IndyCar's future direction: there's a depth of emotional investment that you rarely see anywhere else in the sport, Formula 1 included.

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