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FLRacingFan

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As poor as the circumstances are, it’s good that new leadership at both NASCAR and IndyCar have used this as a catalyst to get their gaming programs up and running. NASCAR was already ahead of the curve on this.

 

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No doubt mid season could have been a disaster, but now they have time to get organized. Hard to believe Muttlymatic are going to do a better job than Joest, but I've been wrong before.
Most of the Mazda program has been run with Multimatic leading the way for a while now. Joest have been getting phased out for over a year and this was just a formality. Mazda had to let them know six months in advance of any formal break and they were notified sometime around Laguna last season.
 

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I still don't understand why Madza wanted to dump Joest just as the program was coming together. Everyone knew the first year was going to be a waste, and in the second they start winning. It's working. Leave it alone.

Well, here's something to think about. Rebellion was going to run Peugeot's WEC program, but suddenly dropped out of the sport completely. This leaves Peugeot without a team, and Joest without a car. What are the odds those two hook up?
 
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