A massive charity auction to support the family of Justin Wilson kicks off on eBay on September 14. Fellow IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal is collecting exclusive items from all over the racing world, including Formula 1, NASCAR, and the WEC.
Most racing series compete on one kind of track or another, but not Indy. Its calendar is made up of NASCAR-style speedway races (generally, though not exclusively, identified by a three-digit number indicating the number of miles to be covered) and F1-style road-course and street-circuit races (typically billed as grands prix). And now, it's about to get another of the latter.
The US National Guard has spent $44 million on sponsorships in NASCAR and IndyCar this year, a particularly troubling figure in a time when every military expenditure is given careful scrutiny. That's prompted some members of Congress to question the usefulness of the motorsports partnerships.
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