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Published May 27, 2009 01:44 pm - INDIANAPOLIS — Tony George has been ousted as CEO of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, according to Sports Illustrated. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is expected to announce Wednesday afternoon that George, 49, was voted
The Herald Bulletin
...the Pacific Northwest. Tony George is denying a report that he has been ousted as CEO of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Tony George is denying a report that he has been ousted as CEO of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. SpeedTV.com is reporting the board...
The Seattle Times
Indianapolis Motor Speedway CEO, Tony George addressed the media Wednesday afternoon after reports said he was ousted as IMS CEO.
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rebounds and nine assists. Los Angeles placed all five starters in double figures. The Timberwolves took a 2-1 lead in the series with a dramatic overtime victory here last Thursday in which Kevin Garnett fouled out. But they faltered down the stretch in Game 4, suffered a 120-90 loss at home in the fifth game and entered with a 2-6 record in elimination games. "I am disappointed," Garnett said. "We did a lot of good things in this series. I think that we tested them a little bit. We sort of ...