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 Jody Barnhart - “I wanted to organize the students so they would represent the school in a good light and behave themselves at the games.”
 Mitch Barnhart - “You have to remember where you want to compete. The schools at the lower end have not had that much success. If you want to compete, you must give your coaches and athletes the resources to do it.”
 Jody Barnhart - “The whole situation was funny because I looked silly with my blue hair.”
 Roy Barnhart - “If everything goes well, we expect to have it finished by late November.”
 Jody Barnhart - “I truly love my job here. I thought the school spirit here was lacking just a bit, so I wanted do my part to improve things in that area.”
 Brian Barnhart - “This is the first time of the weekend that we had all 20 cars on the track at the same time. Ed had his problem in Turn two initially. The yellow lights were turned on immediately. There were a lot of cars and a lot of traffic.”
 Brian Barnhart - “It's something we're going to take a look at, even for some of the events the remainder of this year, looking at the calendar, working with the promoters and the teams. It's a lot easier to do at the three-day shows. Two-day shows, it's more difficult to give them enough track time to work on it. But the three-day shows we'll definitely put an eyeball on them and see what we can do.”
 Brian Barnhart - “At this point in time, we don't have any manufacturers who have accepted the challenge of taking on Honda.”
 Brian Barnhart - “We couldn't be happier with Honda's announcement today. They have been a true partner with the IndyCar Series since joining the league in 2003 and I look forward to teaming up with Honda in continuing the league's growth both on and off the race track.”
 Roy Barnhart - “It sat around here for years. I wouldn't use it. I ripped my fingers up and everything. If you had a glove on, you were going in with it.”
 Brian Barnhart - “The key is we are going to have a very open-minded relationship with Honda over the next several years to take a different approach on how the series is grown,”
 Brian Barnhart - “I do wish people would step back and look at it with a little bit more of a perspective and be a little more fair of a situation,”
 Brian Barnhart - “People are saying she's gotta win, ... But rookies don't win at this level.”
 Brian Barnhart - “Very much so because this year should have been the second year of a car-engine formula, and instead we are using the same car and had to do more of an update kit because we did 75 percent road course preparation, ... With the engine change from 3.5 liters to 3.0, it's made it more difficult as well from an equipment standpoint to increase the number of participants.”
 Brian Barnhart - “There have been an enormous number of people given an opportunity that if the IRL did not exist would never have had that shot, ... If you stop to think about what we've been able to accomplish, it's incredibly rare in today's society that an individual has been able to create something that he believes in and has challenged the establishment, and which in a period of time has not only survived but has become the establishment.”
 Brian Barnhart - “Our entry blank says 33, and if we get to that number and nobody gets bumped like last year, so be it,”
 Brian Barnhart - “We're creating a number of opportunities both for American and international drivers. That's all we've ever said from day one. There aren't any guarantees. All we can do is provide that opportunity.”
 Brian Barnhart - “Very much so because this year should have been the second year of a car-engine formula, and instead we are using the same car and had to do more of an update kit because we did 75 percent road course preparation. With the engine change from 3.5 liters to 3.0, it's made it more difficult as well from an equipment standpoint to increase the number of participants.”
 Brian Barnhart - “I understand that Buddy and Danica are two of our most popular drivers. I'm sure people want to see them, but they need to have respect for the race team due to the circumstances that happened Sunday morning.”
 Brian Barnhart - “I don't think we're going to change the technical specifications dramatically, ... There won't be radical changes to the technical specs, and that's a tribute to the specs we have now. The reliability and performance we have is outstanding. Change costs money. Continuity and stability is one of the best things we can provide. Based on that, I don't think we're going to change the specs dramatically.”
 Brian Barnhart - “I don't think we're going to change the technical specifications dramatically. Change costs money. Continuity and stability is one of the best things we can provide. Based on that, I don't think we're going to change the specs dramatically.”
 Brian Barnhart - “I guess I don't really have a number in mind. What I'm looking forward is a lot of excitement, a lot of buzz about the event. ... I think we're looking for a good show and a lot of people to watch it here on Sunday.”
 Brian Barnhart - “I'm confident that we will be back in this market in 2007. We want to keep an open mind and an open dialogue and do what we can to get back in this market in 2007. -- there are hurdles to overcome.”
 Mitch Barnhart - “Prices have escalated on a lot of things. Tuition is up travel expenses are through the roof. There are a lot of things that have to be managed. There are new expenditures that make it a challenge.”
 Brian Barnhart - “It's an important market to us it's a great racetrack. When you make a change as dramatic as we made to condense the time frame in which we're going to run our events, it becomes a difficult thing from a flexibility standpoint.”

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