Do you think more than thirty-three cars should be allowed to run in this year's Indianapolis 500, in order to not scare away sponsors?
Yes. This is a new economic age. It's time to let go of antiquated traditions in order to attract more sponsors.
I'm not sure. The number has been thirty-three as long as I can remember, and I would like to see bumping. But in this new age, I hate to turn off sponsors that don't make the race.
No. One by one traditions have been done away with. I draw the line with this one. It's been thirty-three since 1934. Bumping is fascinating drama. Why are we even talking about this?
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