Eleven Reasons IndyCar is Superior to N@$C@R

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We at IRR despise N@$C@R while at the same time adoring everything IndyCar. Well, almost everything – don’t get us started on certain IndyStar “reporters.” Or this year’s champ. Or the disturbing disappearance of terrific oval tracks from the schedule.

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Despite its many flaws, IndyCar is a vastly superior form of motorsport with history, danger, innovation and raw speed on its side. N@$C@R bleeping sucks in comparison, and here’s why.

1. IndyCar doesn’t need 11 months and 40 some odd races to put on the fastest, best, most intense racing on earth.

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2. Much cooler names like Hunter-Reay, Pagenaud and Kanaan than Johnson, Busch and Keselowski.

3. Faster, sleeker, sexier, and far better looking race cars.

4. Faster, sleeker, sexier, and far better looking WAGS.

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5. Gene Simmons.

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6. IndyCar’s had many more bosses – three in the last five years – than N@$C@R’s mere one.

7. MUCH faster races than the interminable, snooze inducing N@$C@R marathons.

8. Less Busch brothers.

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9. A more selective group of race fans.

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Photos from fanhotspotoutdoors.com and fandeadspin.com

10. IndyCar’s moved on from Danica, who’s all drawers and no drive.

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11. Jan Beekhuis!

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