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Shamarone, I'm all for supporting the sports we love, but the owners of these venues need to meet the consumers half way. Not everybody in this country is rich and when the average Joe Public comes up with ways to attend these events and save a little money-like having a friend drop you off at the track to save money on parking-he is thwarted by some track owner who won't even let you walk into his facility. When faced with options that can only lead you to spend more money, like having no arranged or public transportation to a track that is out in the middle of nowhere, the average guy is going to have to think twice about attending a race. If COTA is unwilling to make the effort to make it somewhat easier for moto fans to attend their race and enjoy themselves, why should the fan make the effort to go.



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