How does IndyCar decide on it's partners? Baltimore has had two promoters bite the dust and now has to find another. This mess is likely to hurt ticket sales for what was the best event on the 2011 schedule.
Then there was promoter for Milwaukee last year. Add those two together and it just makes you wonder what the vetting process is for promoters.
While I will not be attending China, why can't I find a way to order tickets to the race?
Where did all these teams come up with the money to pay for Chevy and Honda leases? Chevy and Honda have already said that if they add more cars, those cars will have to a much higher lease price. Last years, the owners all said no to aerokits because they were too expensive. What's going on here? If these small teams can afford this, then why couldn't we just have a more expensive package from the beginning?
What's up with Izod? There's no IndyCar commercial, the trophy girl didn't show up to LA, and now they aren't throwing any parties before the 500.
What's the long term goal of the series? I'm sorry to say, but when you add together everything I've discussed, it almost seems like it's all about "cash now, worry later." I understand there's a ton of people trying to make this work, but it just almost seems like it's one step forward-two steps back.