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IndyCar/NASCAR July 4 double-header to run behind closed doors

Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced today that the Independence Day event hosting both the IndyCar GMR Grand Prix and NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 will be run behind closed doors. 'While we certainly worked diligently to run our events with spectators, we reached a point where we needed to make a final decision because the race weekend is less than a month away,' Penske Entertainment Corp. President & CEO Mark Miles said. 'Today it's not possible to be confident that Indianapolis will be at Stage 5 of the state's reopening plan by the Fourth of July weekend.” ADVERTISEMENT The event will be the first time that IndyCar will be paired with NASCAR’s top series and the track was hoping to be...
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