Originally Posted by Racing Steward
Based on annual revenue its:
NFL (roughly $9 billion)
MLB (roughly $6-7 billion)
NBA (roughly $4 billion)
Those are the top 3 in America. NCAA Revenue in 2012 was around $850-$900 million. (Also newsflash, nascar not #2? Never have been and certainly arent now)
Total NCAA sports revenue was about $5.5 billion in 2011, and that's
Originally Posted by Butters
I thank all of you for your great tipps and hints! =)
You will really enjoy yourself. I have raced myself and been to motorsports events from F1 to world championship motorcycle trials. I can honestly say that nothing compares to the Indy 500, I am so excited at the start of the race I am nearly brough to tears of joy. You can't understand until you've witnessed it in person. It is not just "another race", it's the Indy 500!
Thanks, I will make it , get out of my cave,
Can't wait to hear what Bill Clinton has to say about this.
So, what can “fix” IndyCar? While “better management” would help, it certainly isn’t that easy. Fortunately, IndyCar fans have all the answers, as they’ll tell you! Unfortunately, most of these answers are either short in detail or totally underwhelming.
One common answer from fans (and drivers!) is to up the horsepower and speeds to the point where track records are threatened everywhere. In isolation, it’s not a bad idea, but that’s only because it could