Posts Tagged ‘Verizon IndyCar Series – Scheduling’
Steph feels that dropping the youth ticket prices for IndyCar races is a very wise move and should be done at as many events as possible.
Jenna Fryer at the Associated Press has acquired a copy of Boston Consulting Group’s report to the Hulman-George family. Here, Steph offers her off-the-cuff reactions to some of its key recommendations.
[INDYCAR PR] Live coverage of all 19 IZOD IndyCar Series events – including ABC’s first prime-time race and three doubleheaders – highlight the 2013 ABC and NBC Sports Network programming schedule. Race distances were changed at four events to discourage fuel-mileage racing.
Steph points at some of the more subtler signs that IndyCar is in deeper trouble than many people think.
Steph breaks some random thoughts on the 2013 schedule down into three categories for further consideration.
[INDYCAR PR] Nineteen races over 16 event weekends highlight the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series schedule announced today.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today it will not return to Edmonton in 2013.
Zachary suggests caution when planning which events to add to the INDYCAR schedule for 2013 and beyond.
In this edition of COUNTERPOINT, Paul and Steph argue whether INDYCAR should take over promotion of IZOD IndyCar Series races.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today that the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series schedule will remain at 15 races for 2012. The distance of the season finale at Auto Club Speedway has been extended to 500 miles.
[St. Petersburg PR] Green Savoree announced today that St. Petersburg City Council voted unanimously yesterday to extend its race agreement until 2017.
[Milwaukee IndyFest PR] Michael Andretti, President and CEO of Andretti Sports Marketing, today announced the Milwaukee IndyFest will return to the Milwaukee Mile in 2013.