In May 1996, Andrew Craig was at the epicentre of the political storm tearing US single-seater racing apart.
As CART CEO, he was striving to keep his championship alive despite the loss of the talismanic Indianapolis 500 to Tony George's rival Indy Racing League, and working feverishly to ensure the success of CART's new US 500 at Michigan, which was going head to head with Indy.
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