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


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Kevin can say what he wants, Al Gore invented the internet remember... doesn't make it necessarily true. To be as arrogant as to say that those investors of $400M had nothing to do with the design or the development of the track is assinine. To assume he single-handedly brought MGP to Texas is even more absurd. He has not a leg to stand on and when all is done he will unfortuntately fade further into the distance. I loved him as a racer but he is not a businessman. Had he had a legitimate case why is he feeling the need to protest so much. Seems like a weak case on his part. Wonder how he is going to prove he brough MGP to COTA when even the MGP principals have stated he did not have a contract because his org could not get the authorization needed for a MGP event at COTA.



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