Posts Tagged ‘IZOD IndyCar Series – Administration’
In part 2, Steph examines what’s missing most from the IndyCar experience: the hearts of the drivers.
Steph presents the first part in her series on how IndyCar can regain its footing on the world stage — by knowing and defining its own reason for being.
Steph outlines some of the ideas she plans to present over the coming days in a series about how IndyCar can repair itself and return to relevance.
Steph points at some of the more subtler signs that IndyCar is in deeper trouble than many people think.
[IMS PR] Veteran business leader and international sports executive Mark D. Miles will become CEO of Hulman & Company on December 17, 2012. The appointment positions Jeff Belskus, who currently serves as CEO of several Hulman & Company lines of business, to focus his attention on IMS Corporation and INDYCAR.
[INDYCAR PR] Jeff Belskus responds to fan concerns over Randy Bernard’s firing and outlines a plan for INDYCAR’s future.
Steph takes a closer look at a fan base on the brink and presents a theory for what can be done to right the ship in the short term.
[IMS PR] The board of directors of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation convened a special meeting Sunday, Oct. 28 and has announced that Randy Bernard will relinquish his position as CEO of INDYCAR effective immediately.
[IMS PR] “Tony George has made the difficult decision to resign from the board because of his involvement with a group that has recently expressed an interest in purchasing the Hulman & Company-owned INDYCAR organization,” said Jeff Belskus, Hulman & Company president and CEO.
Steph lodges an impassioned plea for the in-fighting in INDYCAR management to come to an end for good.
Steph wants to know why the death of Dan Wheldon and the demise of pack racing in INDYCAR hasn’t been enough to open NASCAR’s eyes.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today that testing for IZOD IndyCar Series manufacturers and teams will be reduced from 2012 rules.