There's no shortage of ovals that folks would like to see IndyCar return to; of these, certainly tracks such as Nashville and Chicagoland are always going to be in people's thoughts. However, I have to say that Open Paddock's Spike Rogan has done a fine job of selling the virtues of Pocono Raceway as a replacement venue.
|Al Unser, Jr. and Chet Fillip At Pocono, 1984.|
If a return to this historical venue sounds good to you, check out the contact info in Spike's article, or better yet, let Randy Bernard know (email@example.com). The squeaky wheel gets the grease! Fan input won't be the only factor in what ends up on the IndyCar schedule in the next few years, but never tell yourself it doesn't count. They're listening, and as a fan, you want to speak up for the changes you want to see.
Photo by Ted Van Pelt; licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.