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Atlantic Championship forced to reinvent itself after open-wheel unification

Not everybody hailed the 11th-hour Champ Car-IndyCar unification. The Atlantic Championship, for one, had to scramble just to stay afloat, writes John Schwarb.

Updated: October 1, 2008, 11:59 PM ET
By John Schwarb | Special to ESPN.com

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Vicki O'Connor had her work cut out after the IndyCar Series swallowed up the Champ Car World Series.

Atlantic: Survival season ending with three-man title chase

The open-wheel racing world finally healed its years-long rift in late February when the rival Champ Car World Series and IndyCar Series unified. Kevin Kalkhoven and Tony George, once dueling owners of the competing entities, shook hands at Homestead-Miami in a symbolic gesture ...

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