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Splash & Go writes:
"My Borg-Warner Runneth Over"
Posted by Uptight Motorsports Nerd on July 4, 2014
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I've noticed there are two schools of thought as to how the IndyCar Series schedule should be arranged: equal parts ovals, road, and street courses; and equal parts ovals, road and street courses (note the position of commas). Submitted for your approval is a possible 2015 schedule that visits a wide variety of tracks, starts before the 24 Hours of Daytona, ends on Labor Day weekend, avoids conflict with major endurance races, contains 24 races, and groups tracks by configuration to save teams shop time. It should be noted that the first two races are on Saturdays to avoid conflict with NFL Playoffs.

January 17 - Phoenix (O)
January 31 - Laguna Seca (R)
February 8 - Fontana (O)
March 8 - St. Pete (S)
March 22 - Barber (R)
March 28 - Houston 1 (S)
March 29 - Houston 2 (S)
April 12 - Long Beach (S)
April 19 - Memphis (O)
May 3 - Indianapolis GP (R)
May 24 - Indianapolis 500 (O)
May 31 - Milwaukee (O)
June 6 - Texas (O)
June 20 - Iowa (O)
June 27 - Chicagoland (O)
July 5 - Pocono (O)
July 11 - Toronto 1 (S)
July 12 - Torotno 2 (S)
August 1 - Detroit 1 (S)
August 2 - Detroit 2 (S)
August 16 - Road America (R)
August 23 - Sonoma (R)
August 30 - Mid Ohio (R)
September 6 - Rockingham, NC (O)


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