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The End of The Road for Vision Racing

Tony George's last tie to the Indy Car Series, the series that he started, has finally been cut. The Indy Car Series will be without Vision Racing for the entire season, including the race in Indianapolis. The Indy Racing League founder met with his team Thursday morning and informed them that Vision Racing was suspending operations. After losing sponsorship from John Menard a few months ago, George kept the doors open while he and Ed Carpenter searched for funding. Formed in 2005 to provide Carpenter with a full-time ride, Vision branched out to two cars in 2006 with Tomas Scheckter and was a three-car operation in 2007 with A.J. Foyt IV. It was reduced to two cars in 2008—except for the Indianapolis 500, where Davey Hamilton participate...

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