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    The new format was interesting but I preferred the old system of two weekends. We're probably going to be stuck with this for awhile since the engine makers won't cough up more than 33 engines, so it's best to learn to like it.

    The race certainly looks like it's going to be interesting enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Austin View Post
    The new format was interesting but I preferred the old system of two weekends. We're probably going to be stuck with this for awhile since the engine makers won't cough up more than 33 engines, so it's best to learn to like it.

    The race certainly looks like it's going to be interesting enough.
    Personally I never thought two weekends was the best format. Lots of drama and good for the (at the time) TV hours and hours of programing. Still, IMO, it didn't bring anything special to the package.
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    Times have changed and Indy 500 traditions need to change too if the 500 is to remain viable.
    The secret to winning races: More Throttle, Less Brake.

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    I agree that Creation of new tradition of destroying traditions I guess.

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