SEPTEMBER 27, 2002
Prince Andrew at Indianapolis
His Royal Highness Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, was a guest in the Formula 1 paddock at Indianapolis. The Duke was present to help the Motorsport Industry Association with a presentation. The MIA was very busy at Indianapolis trying to convince US companies on the advantages of doing business with Britain's racing industry. The presentation was also aimed at opening up opportunities for British firms in the underexploited US racing market. Although the British have long dominated CART there is less involvement in IRL and almost none in NASCAR and these have been identified as major growth areas.
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