There are a lot of reasons why IndyCar racing is the most lucrative racing series in the world.
But it’s also one of the most difficult.
For starters, the schedule is extremely unpredictable.
The Indy 500 is a two-week affair that’s won’t change much for the foreseeable future.
The Indianapolis 500 is held every July.
That means the races are scheduled over the course of two weeks in August and September.
This year’s race, the first of the season, has already been moved back to September.
The next one is just days away.
It’s also a series that has historically struggled to produce high-caliber drivers and teams, as evidenced by a disastrous 2014 season.
But this year, the focus has been on getting the best possible drivers and drivers who are very good.
As the Indianapolis 500 draws near, the race organizers are looking for an experienced, top-level driver who can step up and provide a competitive advantage for the teams.
And the drivers are lining up for their next chance to make an impact in the sport.
The teams have been working to get to the top of their game.
The three teams are the IndyCar Series, Verizon IndyCar series and Cooper Tires Tire Factory Team.
All three are competing for the $3.8 billion that will be put into the series in 2018.
The drivers will be competing for a total of $2.9 billion, the maximum allowed by the series.
It is, by far, the most money the series has ever received.
But the drivers aren’t the only ones benefiting from the money.
The most lucrative aspect of the series, according to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is the opportunity to work for an organization that helps develop drivers and builds cars.
That’s where the team’s owners and their executives come in.
The money goes to the team, not the driver.
That money is also paid out to the drivers who have a positive effect on the track and the drivers, who will have a significant impact on the future of the sport as a whole.
The biggest beneficiary of all of this money is the Indy 500.
If a driver is successful at IndyCar, that money is going to the organization that developed them, and the teams and drivers will reap the benefits.
And for all the money that is being paid out, drivers are going to be able to afford to drive more, which is great for everyone involved.
However, the $2 million bonus that was announced this week by Chase Elliott, the company that owns the Indianapolis race, is just the beginning.
The company announced plans to offer up to $1 million in incentives to drivers, plus other bonuses, at the next race, which will be in 2019.
That makes the incentives worth nearly $100 million.
The bonuses will not be the same as the ones that were given out to IndyCar drivers in the previous three seasons, which means drivers will receive the same amount.
This will make for a much more lucrative series, and it could also be a good thing for IndyCar.
That said, this is a very lucrative race for the drivers.
They have to earn a lot more than what they were earning in 2015 and 2016.
The amount of money that will come out of the incentives is going towards the next three races, which are all at the same time in 2019, and then in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Those races will likely be run in less populated areas, like rural or suburban areas.
Those are areas that don’t have as many fans as urban areas.
So drivers who finish third or fourth in those races will be able buy the extra time.
It will also provide drivers with extra motivation.
That is the best part of the money being paid to drivers.
It gives them something to strive for.
The second big beneficiary of the $1.2 million will be the team owners, who are making a lot.
The owners are making more than $1 billion in total profits.
The companies that own the teams are making $600 million in profits.
And Elliott is making a bit more than he did a year ago.
The reason that the owners are getting paid so much more than they were a year before is because the team that owns IndyCar has been winning.
The team is making about $2 billion a year, and this year it is on pace to make $3 billion.
That will make it the most profitable series in history.
That also gives the owners a lot to gain.
If the teams win, the money will go to the teams, which they will do in the most beneficial way possible.
And that’s what is so good about the incentives.
There’s no downside for the team.
And if they win, it’s just gravy for the owners.
There are other benefits that will benefit drivers and owners alike.
First, they will have an extra incentive to race in the series that is nearly guaranteed to produce a great result.
And even if they don’t win, they can still get a better ride.