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


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No doubt, Kevin was instrumental in lobbying for CotA to get a Moto GP event. My guess is he wanted to get paid for his efforts. CotA slammed the door, literally and figuratively, in his face. Having had some contact with a CotA employee, I can definitely say CotA has an attitude. When I was told the cost to park my motorhome, at the F! race, was $15,000.That's right, fifteen thousand dollars, U.S. I wrote them off. CotA, in my opinion, is not interested in regular motorsports fans. They are after the big dollar corporate and celebrity types. Those types will never sustain a race track.



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