But minor fragmentations behind the scenes of Indycar turn into gaping holes that not only can be avoided, but ultimately hurt the series.
The most recent being the calling of an anonymous group of three owners, a former CEO, two team managers, and a former champion (all connected to Chevrolet) to have Chief Badass in Charge, Randy Bernard, fired. Errr....... What? I for one think Randy Bernard has done an absolutely phenomenal job in taking charge of the series, turning it around, and getting it on solid footing. He has so many goods for the sport, and we, the fans, really appreciate it.
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Every team faces problems. Problem or not, I don't think firing Randy Bernard is the answer. That would destroy years of hard work and destroy things that are set up for future years. If Randy were to be fired, that would all go down the shitter. I mean, what problem could be so large to have him fired?
Teams need to realize the possible long term damage they could be causing by trying to get rid of Randy. Do they not see what past selfish tendencies have done to Indycar and its sport?
And Indycar has seen some of the best racing in the first five races compared to the last five years. The Indy 500 was like nothing we have ever seen, and it was one for the ages. Do owners forget that there is something great than themselves which is the fans?
It is time to put this behind us, work something out, and remember that, at the end of the day, we are all on the same team, TEAM INDYCAR. We need to be united as one.
So let Randy Bernard do his job because he has unfinished business.
Let me know what you all think.