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IRL may return to
Speaking to reporters before Saturday night's race at Chicagoland, IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard said "several" promoters are interested in bringing the series back to
"I want that event bad," Bernard said.
The track withdrew from hosting major racing events this year after previous track promoters ran into financial problems and the
The Mile began hosting auto racing events in 1903, and has held IndyCar and the
"I think that we have a tremendous fan base that feels like we left them behind, and I think that this is a step forward to make sure tradition stays a part of IndyCar," Bernard said.
At this point, Bernard doesn't seem to be counting on any financial help from the state of
"The state would like to help us," Bernard said. "The state's in a pickle in their own mind. I never want to be a parasite to any state. I don't think that's fair to the state, [and] I don't think it looks good upon IndyCar. But it has to be viable. So right now, we're trying to figure out how we make this event viable with what we have to work with."