It looks like the Hulman-George family might have decided to make up and put their family feud behind them.
IndyCar founder Tony George was reinstated to the Hulman & Co. board of directors on Friday, five months after resigning following a failed attempt to buy the series from the family.
George was ousted as CEO of IndyCar by his mother and sisters in 2009.
He also resigned his spot on the board of directors, but rejoined in 2011. George then resigned in October sighting a conflict of interest after submitting a proposal to purchase the IndyCar race series.
The family owns IndyCar, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Clabber Girl Baking Powder and several other businesses.
Among those on the board are his mother, Mari Hulman George, and his three sisters.