MotoGP » Schwantz 'sets the record straight' on COTA claim


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Money is making this ugly. I fail to see how Kevin should be receiving squat though (assuming he has received nothing thus far, I'm certain he was offered a paltry sum to go away). I've shaken Kevin's hand, it was brittle from so many crashes. The man truly loves the sport, and the business is just another opportunity. CotA is going to have their hands full on this one. Racing fans are rabid (fickle after a few years fight perhaps, but those first few years are going to be hell). Without Kevin's endorsement, I can see CotA losing about 10,000 fans for the first few years. Remember, the US is a huge place, and most people will be taking a plane, staying in a hotel, eating out, etc. That is costly. Makes the decision to stay home easier (That being said, maybe CotA will turn out the winner both legally and fan based, but I doubt it).



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