Monday, May 25, 2020

Kansas City Metro Spectators Risk Coronavirus To Watch Left Turns

Even in the best of times, smelling gas fumes and hoping for a crash has always been the 2nd lowest form of entertainment . . . Improv comedy remains irredeemable and actually a form of torture in many cultures. But I digress . . .

Here's the worthwhile local ethnography:

"There’s one big difference between what the local tracks are doing compared to NASCAR in North and South Carolina the last two weeks. In Missouri, spectators are allowed to attend the local races."

Take a look:

Professional Sports Resume In The Kansas City Area At the Racetrack

Live sporting events are underway again in Kansas City after being shut down since mid-March as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Two tracks-KC Raceway in Independence, Missouri, and Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Missouri-held races over the weekend with open-wheel competition. Lakeside in Kansas City, Kansas, plans to start back up on May 29.

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