Some racers may not care and a few may be unaware, but it is March Madness time in the U.S. This annual college basketball competition provides an interesting backdrop to auto racing because March Madness generally serves up some decent excitement — excitement that is thrilling enough to entice casual fans to sit in bars or visit friends and watch when they otherwise don't really follow the lengthy regular season.
Since some of us drinkers of the road racing Kool-Aid would like more folks to sample road racing, I contemplated what we can learn from the NCAA as I watched UCF-Duke and IndyCar at Circuit of The Americas on the same day. My observations:
As a summary, I think IndyCar is doing a pretty good job. We've come a long way from the IRL disaster. But good is not great, and great should be what we're aiming at.
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