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Topic - Doug Boles
A.J. Watson, a mechanic and designer who played a key role in several Indianapolis 500 victories in the 1950s and '60s, died Monday at age 90.
IndyCar drivers were unified Wednesday: The new road course at Indianapolis is a whole lot better than the old one.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is giving open-wheel racing a boost this May.
Doug Boles has been president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway for two weeks and already has a to-do list as long as the 2 1/2-mile track.
Doug Boles has been named president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Tighter security imposed at the Indianapolis 500 after the Boston Marathon bombings caused bottlenecks Sunday that angered hundreds of fans who stood in line for up to two hours to enter the speedway and said some security officials largely abandoned their checks as the green flag was waved.
Fans coming to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for this weekend's Indy 500 will notice some changes in the traditional routine in response to last month's bombing at the Boston Marathon.
The Donald is giving up one race, perhaps so he can focus on another.
"I think one of the reasons the drivers like it is that we asked for their input," Boles said. "We wanted to create a track that was good for the fans and when you create a track that's good for the fans, you create a track that's good for the drivers, too."
Boles said ticket buyers are being advised to find seats where they can see three or four turns or up to half of the entire track.