I have an e-mail subscription to Auto Racing Daily, F1 edition which I seldom read but keep just in case it should develop an interesting nugget of news I've not seen elsewhere. Now, I hate bloggers who spend considerable effort and seemingly all their time and words criticizing other writers and publications but this has gone too far. And I'm hoping that Auto Racing Daily can improve.
This morning's top headline: Montoya wins Italian Grand Prix.
Hopefully, they'll get it changed by tomorrow's edition. Maybe something about Spa?
Ad Age reports that Danica Patrick has signed a deal with Proctor and Gamble to promote Secret:
"In a deal announced today [September 8, 2005], the 2005 Indy 500 rookie of the year will bear the Secret logo and appear in still unspecified marketing efforts for the brand, likely to include TV and print ads."
P&G characterizes both Danica and Secret as "strong-yet-feminine."
The whole Danica story has been great for racing. More fans, more sponsors, more money and a better show for everyone.