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Future strategies key to IndyCar title sponsor search

Page 1 of 2 Verizon IndyCar Series CEO Mark Miles wasn't taken by surprise when the telecommunications company confirmed its intentions to depart after its five-year contract runs its course. Set to leave after the 2018 season concludes, a downturn in activation by Verizon throughout the most recent championship run foreshadowed the news that emerged last week. Ongoing talks between IndyCar and Verizon, while encouraging at times, came to an end last month and with more than a year to conduct a search for a replacement, Miles says the series won't rush to find the next Verizon. "We have not started looking for a successor to Verizon in earnest," he told RACER. "We're in the...
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