In this Oct. 12, 2012, photo, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Jeff Belskus poses with 1911 Marmon Wasp, driven by Ray Harroun in the first Indianapolis 500 race, during a photo session at the speedway in Indianapolis. It's business as usual for the IndyCar Series, which is staying the course set by former CEO Randy Bernard. Only the series will be led for now by Jeff Belskus. Belskus reiterated Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, that IndyCar is not for sale and the Hulman-George family believes in the future of the series. Belskus spoke at length for the first time since Bernard's three-year run came to an end following Sunday night's emergency meeting of the IMS board of directors. It was called after a frenzied month of speculation about Bernard's future. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

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In this Oct. 12, 2012, photo, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Jeff Belskus poses with 1911 Marmon Wasp, driven by Ray Harroun in the first Indianapolis 500 race, during a photo session at the speedway in Indianapolis. It's business as usual for the IndyCar Series, which is staying the course set by former CEO Randy Bernard. Only the series will be led for now by Jeff Belskus. Belskus reiterated Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, that IndyCar is not for sale and the Hulman-George family believes in the future of the series. Belskus spoke at length for the first time since Bernard's three-year run came to an end following Sunday night's emergency meeting of the IMS board of directors. It was called after a frenzied month of speculation about Bernard's future. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
In this Oct. 12, 2012, photo, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Jeff Belskus poses with 1911 Marmon Wasp, driven by Ray Harroun in the first Indianapolis 500 race, during a photo session at the speedway in Indianapolis. It's business as usual for the IndyCar Series, which is staying the course set by former CEO Randy Bernard. Only the series will be led for now by Jeff Belskus. Belskus reiterated Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, that IndyCar is not for sale and the Hulman-George family believes in the future of the series. Belskus spoke at length for the first time since Bernard's three-year run came to an end following Sunday night's emergency meeting of the IMS board of directors. It was called after a frenzied month of speculation about Bernard's future. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
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