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IndyCar still waiting on Mid-Ohio decision

The NTT IndyCar Series, along with its teams, drivers, vendors, and fans, continues to wait for the office of Ohio governor Mike DeWine to decide whether next weekend’s proposed doubleheader at Mid-Ohio will receive permission to go forward with a limited number of fans. Without an approval to include fans, the event is unlikely to be held. Governor DeWine has evaluated a number of requests to host outdoor sporting events with fans in attendance, and with a request filed in August to host something in the region of 10,000 fans for the Honda Indy 200, all involved with the production of the twin 75-lap races anxiously await word from state government on whether it can go forward with a...
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