IndyCar owners not happy, want change

The Indy Racing League got together last week in Las Vegas for its annual awards banquet but, prior to the gala to honor champion Scott Dixon, the car owners assembled twice privately to discuss their concerns and ideas for 2009 and beyond.

“It wasn’t a revolt and there wasn’t any bad sentiment, it was just kind of a meeting to pull everyone in the same direction," said Jimmy Vasser, who co-owns KV Racing Technology with Kevin Kalkhoven.

Longtime owner/driver Bobby Rahal said: “We shared our concerns about the economy and our frustrations with certain things, because everyone wants to make sure we keep 26 cars on the grid. But I didn’t hear anything hostile." More at

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