Any doubts Fyidriving.com might have harbored about the success of Euro-style open-wheel racing in the United States have been laid to rest. With the roaring success of the event Nov. 18 in Austin, Tex., it turns out all that was needed was a multi-million-dollar investment in a new purpose-built race track constructed next to one of North America’s more cosmopolitan, tech-savvy cities plus a whole lot of marketing effort to make it work. It also proves what a terrible idea it was to have ever staged an F1 event at the Indianapolis (Ind.) Motor Speedway. That 100-year-old-plus shrine to American-style open-wheel racing (and more recently a parade of NASCAR rolling billboards) was a bad fit from the start. The Undercover Sneak doffs his fedora to the visionaries that worked tirelessly to give Formula One a second chance to succeed, and pulled it off in Grand (Prix) style.