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MILLER: On the right track

Yeah, yeah, it took longer to get out than desired (relax, the first race still isn't til March), there is still a big gap between July 29 and Aug. 19 (unless Mexico City fills it), and a week between Portland and Sonoma probably isn't as cost effective as many would like. But Phoenix and Long Beach are only a week apart in April, so that's a big expense positive, and it's pretty much a cut and paste from this year. IndyCar's Mark Miles and Jay Frye want continuity and they want the end of the season to have some pop – so that's why you should take a good, long look at the 2018 IndyCar schedule because it's probably going to have a totally different finish in 2019. Miles is a lifetime...
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