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Champ Car might bump Portland

    Mike Nealy, the president of Global Events Group, says he would love the chance to promote Portland’s 25th Champ Car race next summer.

    But that is entirely up to Champ Car.

    A disappointing three-day attendance of 72,211 — figures released by Champ Car — including a crowd of perhaps 25,000 to 30,000 on Sunday has again put Portland on the bubble.

     – Excerpt from The Oregonian, June 13, 2007


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