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Topic - Bryan Sperber
Phoenix International Raceway would welcome IndyCar back, but the track president doesn't believe those who run the series have much interest in a return.
The most popular motorsports series in Mexico will make its U.S. debut next season at Phoenix International Raceway.
As the IndyCar Series searches for venues to fill its schedule, the possibility exists for a potential return to Phoenix International Raceway.
Phoenix International Raceway had become like a comfortable old chair for NASCAR drivers over the past 20 years: cracked and creaky, yet familiar and fitting.
Bryan Sperber said he's been clear with IndyCar on how the financial arrangement would have to be structured for open wheel racing to run again at the popular oval.
"So really, the ball is in their court," Sperber said. "Hopefully the interest in Phoenix International Raceway becomes sufficient enough that they would like to pursue that opportunity. But up to now that doesn't look like that's in the cards."