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Topic - Roger Curtis
The track president of Michigan International Speedway is issuing a unique challenge to Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski.
Mark Martin's car went sliding off the track at Michigan International Speedway and crashed sideways into a pit road barrier. The vehicle was pierced by the short, narrow end of the wall, but Martin was able to walk away.
The president of Michigan International Speedway is interested in bringing open-wheel racing to the track, and IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard says he'd like to start a dialogue with MIS after the series canceled a race in China later this season.
"We've got a lot of momentum," Curtis said. "The Brad Keselowski story, the speeds that we had at MIS. People love the 200 mph-plus. I think that's still going to be there."
"I have a deal with him, that when he wins a Cup race, he can design his own trophy, because he wants these really huge, giant trophies like they used to give in NASCAR," Curtis said. "I think he's going to win one of our two races this year."