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'We have been in touch with local law enforcement following yesterday's unfortunate events in Boston'

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Spartacus - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 2:04 PM

They forgot to add "Kevin Schwantz" to the list of prohibitions. No seriously that is BS I went to the Indianapolis moto GP last year and most of those things listed there were allowed, this are NOT "measures are normal for major events" as they claim.

B. Andy

April 17, 2013 2:27 PM

Ah, they forgot something: NO PEOPLE ALLOWED!

The No no no list is way to big.

Even if I would be there I wouldn't go. It seems they want to take every penny out of people. No food, no drinks

Video cameras, audio recording devices and tripods no video recording will be allowed

HILARIOUS!

Pure idiots.

MC - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 2:41 PM

This list didn't just happen because of the bombing in Boston. This if the same list posted on their site months ago and probably since they opened.

I attended the F1 race at COTA in November and no outside food or drinks were allowed except bottled water. Our bags were searched every time we entered. This is the only race track that I've ever been to that doesn't allow food, drinks and coolers.

Yeah Right - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 2:50 PM

They forgot to add me to the list of banned items. I'm going to the races for the weekend, not to jail. I've seen all of these items, except guns, at Laguna Seca. Go there instead, it's one giant party.

pepper - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 5:16 PM

Be prepared to witness American Capitalisum at its finest...
Bear $8 to $14, water $2 to$5, soda $4 to $6, food lol sausage $8, hambugers $10, and more the list goes on...
oh, and our hotel that is $60 off season, is $225 a night.
they wanted huge money to ride your bike and camp their too, buts whats camping if you cant BBQ...

We do Seca every year since it started, and you can bring as much beer, soda and food as you like. camping is cheap , hotels do go up so prebook. and cannery road is lots of fun.

we bought out tickets and used our rewards flying miles so we're locked in, or I would not go... still should be a good show, cant wait to get a huge Texas T-bone and and some Texas style ribs in town, probably looking more forward to that then cota lol....

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