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Long Beach IndyCar future secure after council vote

As RACER reported a couple weeks back, the long-term future of IndyCar racing at Long Beach has been all but a foregone conclusion, but although Kevin Kalkhoven already knew the final score, he still flew from Florida to California on Tuesday to hear the good news in person. "When the city council accepted our proposal a few days ago it was a forgone conclusion that we were keeping the race but for something this important I wanted to be there and thank people for their recommendation," said Kalkhoven, the co-owner of the Long Beach Grand Prix Association along with Gerry Forsythe. "Jim Michaelian (the CEO of the LPGPA) has done an amazing job and we've got six years ahead...
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