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Of course, if you do not think a second-tier race driver should be paid at market value, a few million is really nothing. But as I have said, it is a slap in the face of those drivers and teams that have spent years building up drivers for IndyCar. And a fresh-faced rookie being paid more than 3x the salary of the previous 3 years? That, my friends, is a ridiculous situation.

This is not to say that I think the prize money is out of line. The top 50 in qualifying will receive over $2 million apiece in their prize money. The race winner will take home $1.15 million. They make a lot more money than their peers in other sports. On the flip side, there is a lot less revenue generated for IndyCar than Formula One, and that is where the major disparity is. The Indy 500 is a 1-day event. At the end of this year, Roger Penske will have received a record $9.9 million in prize money. For comparison, over the last 10 years, he has won the Daytona 500 2 times, the Brickyard 400 3 times, the Indy 500 5 times, and he has won the 24 hours of Le Mans 2 times.

I am not saying that we should give any more back into IndyCar’s coffers. I am not saying that IndyCar should give back more money. But I am saying that if your goal is to build a marketable series and draw more eyeballs, it is a bad idea to have a below-market-value driver. You get what you pay for.

The race was stolen from the drivers, the fans, and most importantly, the teams.

I do not know what happens at the IndyCar races. I do not know if there is a big fundraising dinner with Bernie Ecclestone, or if there is some secret handshake deal between the team owners. I do not know if they



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