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Could IndyCar possibly return to the land of the rising sun?

The NTT IndyCar series is on the rise. Nine of the 16 races in 2018 saw an increase in attendance from the previous year, and the relatively low entry costs mean more teams and more new drivers are heading to the sport.  Figures from IndyCar show television viewing figures have grown by 38% over the past five years, and with the likes of McLaren and Fernando Alonso getting involved, worldwide interest is expanding. With more interest, there may be more races. Current IndyCar CEO Mark Miles has said “I would expect us to see try to get a couple more international races in earlier in the season”. One of those is expected to be the return of Surfer’s Paradise in...
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