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Brown makes the case for F1 returning to Indianapolis

McLaren boss Zak Brown believes the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is more than ever worthy of hosting once again an F1 Grand Prix. The Formula 1 World Championship visited the famous Brickyard from 2000 to 2007, competing on a 13-turn, 4.2 km road course that ran in the opposite direction of the venue's oval events. Although the first F1 race at the Speedway was a rousing success, attendance progressively declined following a lack of local promotion but more importantly in the wake of the 2005 event in which only six cars - two Ferraris, Jordans and Minardis - took part due to the remaining entrants pulling out of the race after the formation lap because of risks associated with Michelin's...
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