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By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Verizon IndyCar Series team owner Bobby Rahal seems to like the potential of the series expanding internationally. The 1986 Indianapolis 500 and three-time Indy car champion turned team owner feels that going international would elevate IndyCar’s bottom line if the event well supported. He alluded to CART/Champ Car’s successful stint in Surfer’s Paradise Australia from 1991-2008 as an example of how a race was done right.  “We had tremendously successful races in Australia, Surfer’s Paradise became a huge event,” Rahal told Motorsports Tribune. “There’s aRead More

Posted On April 7, 2016By Frank SantoroskiIn Breaking News, Formula One, Headline News

Fittipaldi facing financial crisis

By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer Emerson Fittipaldi has a racing résumé that has given him a solid place in Motor Racing history. Having won Formula One Championships in 1972 and 1974, he embarked on a second racing career in the CART series.  Racing during the heyday of American open-wheeled racing, Fittipaldi earned two Indianapolis 500 victories and the 1989 season title. After hanging up his helmet in 1996, Fittipaldi began a series of successful business ventures in his native Brazil, including clothing lines,  real estate development, digital media, sales, servicesRead More