TV and America's Cup: Anything seem familiar?

Mandel, Leon
June 1995
AutoWeek;6/5/95, Vol. 45 Issue 23, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the demise of the television broadcasting of the America's Cup races. Comparison with Indy car racing; Commentators; Sponsor visibility and mention; Television ratings; Rules and sanctioning body.


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