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One good thing for me about Indy is I do not have to wake up so early. Monza started at 4:30 a.m..

For the first time in years Indy will be meaningful. Great.

Is any going to be there?

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My wife and I are high-tailing it out of NC on wednesday; making a road trip of it. The Colts are out of town that weekend which should help a little with traffic. I am looking forward to seeing how the Americans do in comparison with the Aussies and Canadians. Those GP's were a real show, an event and not just a race.

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Me, I will be watching i in San Diego with someone who had 55,000 miles on my 550 last year. I am at 40,000 this year but he is over ?????.
 

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The starting line up is set. Everyone knows more about this than I. Does Indy offer much change of passing? If so, this might be a very great race.

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I live in Hawaii, so the European GPs start at 1:30am for me... and I always watch 'em live.

Indy, Canada, and Brazil are good because waking up early Sunday morning is easier than staying up all night... but Japan, Austrailia and Malaysia are the best because they're on Saturday night.
 
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