Titus O’Neil Is The Grand Marshal At Indycar’s Firestone Grand Prix This Weekend
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It’s been an up-and-down week for Titus O’Neil. While the former Titus Worldwide leader was beatdown by the Hurt Business on RAW, he’ll get to enjoy this weekend as the Grand Marshall at this weekend’s Firestone Grand Prix, which serves as the season finale event for the NTT Indycar Series.
“Our Tampa Bay and St. Pete communities have so much to be proud of, and I’m honored to serve as this year’s grand marshal of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg,” said O’Neil. “The event will look different this year because of the pandemic, however, the fanfare, excitement and feel of this terrific race will be an amazing and awesome spectacle. I can’t wait to see the performances of these spectacular drivers and their respective crews as they perform at the highest level of their sport.”
The 100-lap Indycar race will air on NBC this Sunday. O’Neil will “give the command for Indycar drivers to start their engines [and] participate in pre-race ceremonies” prior to the 2:32 p.m. ET start time.