Indianapolis has the spectacle, history and tradition (I will never miss this race); Kentucky has a similar setup to Chicagoland and camping; Iowa is a bull ring; Texas has a history of close finishes. But Chicago has the most close finishes in series history (now three of the four closest in IndyCar Series history) and is close to Indianapolis (3 hours or so, allowing you to drive to it the day-of, like Kentucky) and is near Chicago if you want to make a weekend out of it. Why I haven't been there yet is a failing on my part. Next year I will correct this.
Morning, very frustrated night. Not happy at all. Let's turn the page and move on.
To clear things out here guys, I went to talk to Michael after the race about the strategy, nothing happen btw me and Marco.