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Topic - Dallara
IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard said he's tuning out talk of yet another alleged attempt by team owners to oust him as head of the open-wheel series.
The tension surrounding Texas Motor Speedway began in the offseason, when drivers still reeling from the death of Dan Wheldon questioned the compatibility of IndyCar and high-banked ovals.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway might have set a track record Sunday.
Dario Franchitti's 39th birthday is one he'd rather forget.
A Dallara engineer says people within the IndyCar series asked for changes in the rear-wheel guards of the new car in part because of the way they looked, and to keep them from being damaged too often.