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  1. 12 points
    I knew exactly how this thread was going to go the minute it started. I used to enjoy learning about events, learning from people who know things about the cars that I don't know, hearing stories of old drivers and racetracks. But I don't know how much more of this stuff I'm willing to see. Over the past month and a half I've learned that the users of this forum believe the n-word is fine to use (especially if it was in a phrase that's been used for a long time, doesn't matter it originated in a racist way), are completely fine with calling our 1 black president a religion he isn't, complained that the only reason the 1 black nascar driver was in the cup series was because of the diversity program (despite the fact that he has a very similar career so far to Ty Dillon, who used his grandfather's connections to get his ride. I doubt anybody on here really cares about that though because at least he didn't have to "use" a diversity program). I don't see the humor in "All white lives matter too", I guess I'm in the minority here. I know I can't convince a group that is most likely all older white guys that racism exists. And that I'm probably a "snowflake libtard" for pointing this stuff out. What's sad for me is this forum could be used for people to become new fans of dirt racing. I've learned so much on this site. But imagine a black man coming to this forum and seeing what has been said on this thread and other threads over the past few weeks. Do you honestly think that they would become dirt racing fans? Or even if they loved the racing, ever return to this website again? I would like to believe that both dirt fans and those that run DTD would love to welcome any racing fans, of all cultures and races, to join in and become fans of the sport and continue to help it live on into the future instead of die out. But I just haven't seen that. Then again, who knows if anyone really cares on here about that anyways.
  2. 11 points
    Alright... everyone head to the beer cooler, grab a cold one and cool down. I didn't take offense to anything anyone said here, I understand that I opened myself up a bit and that a lot of folks in the Northeast care about mostly the modifieds. The purpose of my original post was twofold: I wanted to do is advertise a show that, in my opinion, was being offered at a more than reasonable price and, I wanted to call the DTD faithful to action to purchase that show and support Bill and Kim Shea at Utica Rome DTD Tv was born at the Utica Rome Speedway under their ownership. Without them being willing to take that initial leap I'm not sure DTD Tv is even in existence today. They are extremely close friends of us here at DTD and its no secret that they've had a tough go of it over the past few years thanks to mother nature. At $9.99 we needed to sell a lot of subscriptions to turn any kind of profit. Last night's show was the most viewed event at Utica Rome in the history of DTD Tv being there. So let me just say THANK YOU to everyone who purchased a pass last night. I laid down a challenge and y'all accepted. I respect that. I hope everyone enjoyed what they saw because the racing in both the pro-stocks and sportsman was fantastic. Our focus now shifts to Can-Am and Outlaw on Friday night before heading to BAPS on Saturday, then down to Potomac on Sunday for the STSS South Region show. No rest for the weary...
  3. 10 points
    One thing about this whole rights thing ... if you are a citizen, you have responsibilities, too. A primary responsibility is to not contribute to spreading a deadly disease. You want to kill yourself, that's your choice. But the problem is that you, by being careless and reckless, not wearing a mask, gathering in large groups, are at much, much higher risk of spreading the diesease to others that can be vulnerable. I'm glad I am taking every precaution I can to make sure I don't expose my child, who has a vulnerable health condition, or my parents who are elderly and are vulnerable. I have friends all over my community who are in the same boat -- they are in good health and likely to survive a bout of rona, but they have loved ones who are at risk. I am really glad I'm not going to have to look my dying child in the face and say, "Hey sorry you got this, but I got to see a hell of a feature." That's not your rights, that's just being a selfish asshole. And life is too short to waste time arguing with people who want to be assholes. This is not about YOU. It is about everyone else, everyone you come into contact with. It is about being a decent human being. Anyone who decides that their rights to get a burger at Applebees or attend a stock car risk is more important that being a big boy and not spreading a killer disease , not being directly responsible for killing other vulnerable people is a reprehensible human being. And the law is on my side of the argument -- we saw with the AIDS epidemic -- when people knowingly spread HIV to their partners and did not take precautions, they were found legally responsible for the deaths of those people. So get over yourselves, people, and do the right thing. And anyone who disagrees with me can go fuck themselves. End of discussion.
  4. 9 points
    Okay... As a former and flagger and race director, allow me to shed some light... Ill start with the giving guys signals to their lead... I hate it... but its just my opinion... Ive only done with classes such as the Vintage cars, who are more about putting on a good show verus actually racing for something... I think its actually an unfair advantage to the leaders over the others... but thats my opinion, and Im sure it varies with others... Now the flaggers importance... In the tower, you can see as much, hear as much, and probably the biggest thing I lacked in the tower versus track side is smell as much... I could smell the burning clutch or dragging brakes, the burning oil smell for an engine about to expire or the rubber from a tire rub... or GAS... when someone forgot there fuel cell cap or it came dislodged some how... You can see the drip streaks on the track of fluids and your "Feet on the ground" for track conditions.. sometimes it can be slippery as heck, but not look it... Your there to feel the rain when it starts... in the tower, you get NONE of that... And the real importance of the flagger... You are a part of the show... I hate the boring flaggers that can barely wave a flag... put a little panache into it... doing some tricks, wave the double checkers.. have fun with it and make it look good... I always hated drivers getting told to go to the rear on the one way first, I always wanted my flagger to show them before I said it... thats as much of a part of the show as the crowd goes nuts with it... Theres a line in the sand tho... Your job has a real purpose, but the fancy flag waving is theatrics... You need the "boots on the ground", the head flagger and the corner marshalls are incredibly important. Now... I will say this, and it might aggravate some people I look up to and respect... The race director position came about when the flaggers of yesteryear started to age, and waving flags and climbing that flagstand started to get tougher and tougher... they had the skills and the knowledge from being in charge, kept that, and moved to the tower... with the 1 way radios and electronic scoring, having that person in the tower with a broader overview almost supervising the flagger and corner marshalls really helps the show move along quickly and more smoothly as far as the racing aspect goes, but like anything, having the right people in the right places, and being a solid cohesive unit always helps, just like anything,... Can it be done without corner marshalls? Yes, can it be done without a head flagger? Yes, can it be done without a race director? Yes... Is it ideal? Hell No.
  5. 9 points
    I ain't getting into it, but New York went from worst to first. So somewhere somebody doing something right and it's working.
  6. 8 points
    Unfortunately, Florida doesn't seem like the optimal place to visit any time soon.
  7. 8 points
    Death rates due to Covid are actually higher than predicted. The original projection was that approx 1% would die from Covid. 2,690,000 infections; 129,000 deaths; 4.7% death rate overall As of yesterday, 43,865 US new cases confirmed, new 613 deaths, which brings us down to 1.39%, which is an improvement. Spread across the entire population if the disease would be allowed to run rampant, which is what happens if we just open everything up, that equates to "only" 4 million deaths. Still, if we live in a country where it is socially acceptable to just let 1% of the population die over the course of a few months for political expediency, we can no longer be considered civilized. Covid 19 is, within 5 months, officially, the sixth biggest fatality disaster in American history, only trailing World War II, Civil War, World War I, 1918 Spanish Flu and the systematic slaughter of the indigenous population as European settlers slaughtered their way across the continent.
  8. 8 points
    I am just going to say it. The only people who live life this miserable are the ones that sit down when they pee. Assuming the author of this post is a male, then this would mean tiny wiener syndrome. Sorry about your luck, dude.
  9. 8 points
    Executive Order expires on July 2nd. I am still aiming to hold SDS and ESS that evening with fans. I have started dialogue again with State officials in hopes of getting fans sooner. It took 6 weeks of battle to get racing, so I am not waiting for them to get a plan together for phasing in fans. I am taking the plan to them for review. Stay tuned.
  10. 8 points
    Just a mild suggestion: send them an email or DM with some constructive criticism. Bashing them on here won’t solve anything and certainly won’t improve the quality of their broadcast. Good lord.
  11. 8 points
    Buying cigarettes and stuffing your face with junk food are choices. Contracting a virus is not.
  12. 7 points
    The flag man has far more responsibility than just waving a flag.....and it’s very hard to find one as good as Farney.
  13. 7 points
    gary, i watched your interview with doug elkins and I wanted to help out. When you get back to the track I will reach out again to see if you could use some help.
  14. 7 points
    SMH....it's quite simple, really. There are rules, follow them or suffer consequences. No one likes the current changes with the world in regards to protocol and precaution, but play by the rules and you can see racing. If you buck the system, there will almost always be consequences. There was always a saying that you can't fight city hall. If you need to wear a mask and space out to race, everyone should want to do so. I get it, tracks are a business also, but running our own family businesses, we're all in the same boat; we're all behind the 8 ball with these shutdowns. All we can do is focus on moving forward and taking precautions so no one has any more setbacks. JMO
  15. 6 points
    You do realize this pandemic is affecting the whole world and the world doesn't revolved around your orange haired buddy??
  16. 6 points
    I will never understand how any dolt can make this into a political stance! I LOVE dirt track racing as much as anybody, but simply due to the fact that Governor Cuomo is a Democrat, all of the sheep on the right leaning side want to play the part of a victim. Can we all just agree that we all want to be able to see racing LIVE and in the stands and realize that the measures being taken are for the good OF US ALL ??
  17. 6 points
    My name is Allan Dart, and I am not involved in social media except for this site. I love racing. It comes from my grandpa and my dad's blood and it runs through my veins too. I love it. Lately, I have been seeing so much vitriol on this forum. So much anger. I totally understand these are extreme times. I've been going to the races since the age of 4 (now an old fart at 45), and I mainly go to OCFS, but I have been to multiple tracks over my lucky time to be here on this Earth, and I've met soooo many people in the racing community---fans, drivers, staff--and I've never once cared about their politics, race, sexuality.... I'm talking racing with people who love racing and I've made so many friends through this community. I have so many good memories of that...and hope to make many more. I never expect anyone to agree with me. I don't mind people busting my chops. But I appreciate dialogue over derision.... Hell, I've made many mistakes and changed opinions over my lifetime. My opinion is not a fact. Danny Johnson is my favorite driver and I don't agree with everything he has done on the track. My point is not political but personal--I love racing and meeting new people who love racing too. So positive thread... I would love to hear a story about what you love about racing or the racing community. I will share one--at OCFS, during the 80s, the Monacos ran a lemonade stand beneath the bleachers at OCFS (their son Tony is now a car owner). They have since passed, and I was a little boy then, but what a sweet, older couple who could not have been nicer to me or my family. My family and theirs actually became friends and we visited them at their house. They gave me free lemonade as an annoying young kid. They always had smiles and made me feel at home. They were a part of making me love racing. I hope I can be half as positive to the racing community as they were to me. Long-winded story, but just would like to hear positive stories from anyone who cares to offer them about their home tracks or people they've met in the racing community who affected them. Best, Allan Dart.
  18. 6 points
    More than likely BTK isn't using valve seals on the exhaust valves, Some engine builders do this and use the flooded oil in the valve cover to lubricate the exhaust stems. When the engine sits the oil seeps past the valve and into the cylinder and into the combustion chamber and they smoke on initial startup until the excess oil is burnt off. Almost all the BTK engines smoke like that at idle Rob Hile
  19. 6 points
    46 years of winning. Congrats AJ !
  20. 5 points
    rpm72, you better look again... SOME of us did what we were asked to do and flattened the curve. MANY OTHERS think this is a hoax or a joke and now its spreading like wild fire. Very shortly you will see layoffs at restaurants, bars, hotels and airlines because ignorant assholes couldn't wear a mask or social distance. This could have all been solved early on if it was handled properly. We are going backwards because of irresponsible behavior and not being respectful of others.
  21. 5 points
    Your 300 posts about it say otherwise....
  22. 5 points
    You're right, I should have known better. Back off topic. I'm going to Canandaigua tonight and I'm not watching the flagman at all. If I get confused I'll just look up on the roof and see where Miller has his camera pointed and look there.
  23. 5 points
    Mr. Miller some how you turned this in to a Political discussion all by yourself.. Some were walking the line, but were keeping it about racing.. You broke your own rule sir. Can we get back to how it's affecting racing. Point fingers while giving your political opinion twist on someone's statement does not help the situation. Just lock this thread now please.
  24. 5 points
    Oh ok, I get it now. Have to admit he did something right when you look around at other parts of the country. I do believe that if guidelines (masks and social distancing) are followed then all of our tracks should be able to open if we just abide by some simple rules. Great to see tracks opening now with spectators as long as their behavior doesn't mimic the morons on the beaches and in the bars of Florida and other states. Now Florida is shutdown and things are not looking good. Lets hope we can all make it out to our local tracks this week and enjoy some racing folks. Lets be smart and lets have some fun! Good luck everybody!
  25. 5 points
    SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING JULY SCHEDULING We aren't able to share the news that we hoped to be sharing but we do have an update today as promised. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo signed Executive Order 202.44 on June 21st to extend current restrictions to businesses such as racetracks until July 21st, 2020. "Any licensee or franchisee of a racetrack in the State is hereby permitted to operate such racetrack as of June 1, 2020, provided such racetrack does not permit any visitor or fan into the facility, and allows on site only essential personnel" With the extension of this Executive Order, Land of Legends Raceway is prepared to react and adapt with our July schedule of events and will be marking the following changes: *Grandstands remain closed with no fans at this time for all events. Live video coverage will continue to be available on www.landoflegendstv.com *DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Series Central Region will be competing this Saturday June 27th with our Saturday Night Spectacular program. IF this event falls to rain, a Rain Date of Thursday July 2nd has been established. *Thursday July 2nd will now be a Big Block Modified / Sportsman Modified special event awarding show up points to both divisions with a 7:30PM start time *The Super DIRTcar Series event scheduled for July 2nd has now been postponed until Wednesday July 22nd featuring the Big Block Modifieds and a division to be determined. June 27- DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Series + Saturday Spectacular Show (no Hobby Stocks) 7PM July 2- Big Block Modifieds + Sportsman 7:30PM July 4- OFF for 4th of July July 11- Saturday Night Spectacular 7PM July 18- Saturday Night Spectacular + Double Points all divisions 7PM July 22- Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds + division T.B.D. July 25- OFF as already scheduled
  26. 5 points
    The $6000 Land of Legends 360 Challenge starts tonight at 7:30 with the Patriot Sprint Tour. The first 360 sprint show of 2020 in New York is paired with the DIRTcar Sportsman class. Enjoy the midweek show.
  27. 5 points
    It's time to go racing with fans in the stands. Lets face it, the riots have put an end to social distancing. If people can loot together we can watch the races together.
  28. 5 points
    I think there will be no information released. It's better to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission. Especially when the king in Albany changes the rules of what we can do daily. While he is running all over the state telling us to stay home.
  29. 5 points
    We did the same thing at Utica-Rome. We asked everyone to wear a mask and follow CDS guidelines. If one tracks makes a mistake, it could impact all of us. I hate the mask. Went down south, wasn't needed, but I want to see racing in NY and if wearing a mask is how I get to go, so be it.
  30. 4 points
    We're walking a tight rope here folks... Debate all you want about whether or not ESW, SDW or any other marquee event will happen, but keep Republican vs. Democrat out of it.
  31. 4 points
    Was just reading another article where a racer 39 years old built like the Hulk drowned this week. Leaving behind a wife and 2 kids:(( Another late model driver had a heart attack on the pace lap at Davenport Speedway. And we lost a huge asset to racing over the years in Andy Phelps this week. I think we all need to think for a moment that life is a ticking time bomb and we never know when it’s going to go off. But I can tell you this I want to enjoy , be happy, and bring joy to others I’m around as long as I can. With that being said I hope those families affected this week can find strength to move on. It’s not easy losing a love one but is even worse around a holiday. Be safe to those that are traveling. I next time you want to get in a typing war on the forum:) the best way to piss the guy off is not to respond back to his comments and let’s try and keep positive things and information about racing. Have a safe weekend! David Surace/aka Spiderman
  32. 4 points
    I trust we aren’t suggesting that a gun and shutting things down would have the same results as it relates to protecting someone from contracting a virus? The steps taken in March absolutely saved lives. Reopening before it was safe took lives. We can argue the merits of safety vs the economy but I don’t think it can be debated that the restrictions and reopenings held significant cause and effects on lives. Again, the government failed the people. All were to blame at various levels on both sides. The money should have gone to the people and not Fortune 500 companies. It should have been used to rescue people from financial hardship and not to boost the S&P. It should have made the restrictions a forcing function but that’s not what happened and as a result desperate people did desperate things that placed them and those they came into contact at risk. Do people know just how much the Fed is spending every single day to buy corporate bonds right now to prop up the market? It’s Billions with a B and that’s daily with a D. Put your head around that for a minute. Wall Street came before Main Street. Sad. So sad
  33. 4 points
    It didn't work out. long story.
  34. 4 points
    Copied from an accomplished writer friend of mine: Judging from the whoops and hollers wafting in via the Facebook news-feed machine, I figure the entire population of this roiling country is split into six groups when it comes to what intellectuals call “this here pandemic.” (1) Those who think the whole thing is a hoax tied to the U.S. presidential election. You’re better off debating this point not on social media, but in person, so you can watch these dopes go slack-jawed when you ask them exactly what all the dead in Brazil, the UK, Spain, Russia, and India have to do with Trump and Biden. (2) Those who “ain’t gonna wear no damn mask” because it’s somehow their right as “Amuricuns” not to wear no damn mask, and blah, blah, blah. Their apparent strategy is to talk real loud, sneer a little bit, maybe flash a tattoo, and hope that COVID-19 gets scared and runs away. (3) Those who snicker about what a dope Dr. Anthony Fauci is, despite the fact that this man has headed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases through 36 years and six presidents, while most of these people cannot spell hard words like “infectious” or, well, “Fauci.” (4) Those who, judging by their constant posts about rates of infection, rates of death, and, gosh, all sorts of rates, are clearly eager for us to know that they can operate calculators. (5) Those who are still convinced that once the warm weather gets here, the virus will disappear “like a miracle.” They tell you this as they mop the sweat from their foreheads. (6) Those who are quietly making an effort to do their parts, wearing masks in tight quarters, using soap and hand sanitizers, social-distancing whenever possible, and generally conceding that scientists and medical professionals know more about this stuff than the rest of us do. – Bones
  35. 4 points
    It’s very political.....anyone who can’t see that is absolutely brainwashed or doesn’t understand it to begin with. Cases just keep rising and rising....death rates are not. I hope it spreads faster because the only way to get anywhere with this virus is herd immunity.....the same way the human race has survived all this time. The fact that in some states 5-10000 new cases are reported but only a small amount of hospitalizations is showing that large portions of the healthy population already have/had it. Quarantines are only delaying the inevitable and everyone knows that. We are testing thousands and thousands of people without symptoms and are finding a lot of them are testing positive.....do we think that this wasn’t the case the whole damn time? Of course the numbers are going to go up. And states like NY will end up the same way with the same results....quarantine or not....it just might take longer. At my wife’s hospital....they have multiple patients that have tested positive for over 2 straight weeks....last fever? 11 days ago. How the hell can you justify shutting everything back down when the testing results are all over the map. People testing positive, then negative and positive again in a 3 day span. It’s all a crock of shit. The scientists don’t have a damn clue....and the politicians in bed with the pharmaceutical companies will keep this going until all of their pockets are padded by a fake vaccine that won’t work.
  36. 4 points
    my religion is auto racing
  37. 4 points
    An old Stevie Smith? What? Stevie Smith was born in 1966. He wasn't old during his years on the WoO tour. Schatz is in a team backed by NASCAR money now because he had years dominating with a family team. I don't quite understand your views on modern Sprint Car drivers being a shell of what was out there 30-40 years when you have said on here that you don't really follow Sprint Car racing much and have not done so for 15+ years. Fans that follow Sprint Car recognize that there are way, way more teams than can win and run up front than two generations ago. In that respect, I think Sprint Car is like what Northeast Modified racing was in the 1980s. To me, Modified racing has become boring because it is so predictable.
  38. 4 points
    “If it doesn’t affect me, it doesn’t affect anybody”
  39. 4 points
    You want to plan a vacation, plan to leave NYS!!! This state is joke.
  40. 4 points
    We will make a drop dead decision on the July 2 SDS/ESS show by Thursday.
  41. 4 points
    Ya gotta put Jo-Jo and Jack in here
  42. 4 points
    The valley, Malta and Fonda are letting fans in this week. Way over due, if you want to go to a outdoor event and enjoy fresh air and dirt, all should be allowed. By all means if you don’t feel comfortable, stay home. Its easy peasy!!
  43. 4 points
    When I did the competition press release for Flemington every Saturday night, I didn't go to bed until I got the full release out! That often meant going to bed around two or three in the morning, but THAT was what the job entailed. Well, that is how I felt it should be done!
  44. 4 points
    Just got back home a short time ago. Big D on Friday. And Port Royal last night. Perfect weather . Good time tailgaiting with friends. Both nights standing room only crowds. Great track conditions. Good car counts. Good racing. A whole new world it seems. Wish I could of stayed one more night.
  45. 4 points
    Been around racing my whole life. Every single race car needs help. Roll up your sleeves and scrape the mud off one. Every team (almost) would love your help. Walk right up to the little guy and say" Can I do anything to help, I want to get involved." BANG: your now a crew member. Most will teach you anything, if you want to learn. Just a thought!!!! I can name 40 teams that only have their wives or kids helping.....
  46. 4 points
    ARRA Wants the Racing Public to Know that “We Will Look”!!! Ringoes,NJ– Auto Racing Research Associates – ARRA, in a continuing effort to help in securing the memory of racing from the past and all that it contained, is proud to announce the newest feature on their popular website! Many of the organization’s historians are making themselves available to the racing public and media at large, to “Look Up” certain information for them if they are trying to find something from their racing past. ARRA President Fred Voorhees explains, “Many of our historians occasionally get requests from someone who had a photo in one of the local racing papers with their favorite driver…or maybe a daughter or a son would like a scan and copy of an obituary of a racing personality in the family. I know I normally get two or three of these every year. I always find the time to accommodate the request. Pretty much anything. We can get the information for you and if needed, we can usually scan and email a copy of something for you from the paper”. There are limitations though. “Two main things we would like to make clear,” Voorhees noted…”We ask that anyone asking us to look something up…that they have a pretty good idea of when it happened. We will be willing to go out a month or so from the date you supply us, but many times, we can’t afford to spend lots of time searching for something. We are usually involved in personal research projects and try to devote our time towards those ends. Which brings me to #2 – we ask that you understand that there will be times when we simply CAN’T get to the search right away. We will always do our best to get you the information in a timely fashion.” There will be a new page on the ARRA website landing site that will be called “We Will Look!” and when someone opens it up…they will have the choice of any of our volunteer historians to propose the search question to. Along with each historian who has an extensive library - his complete racing paper inventory will be available for fans to first look and see if they have the particular issue that their search subject would logically be located within. If so, they then can somewhat confidently contact that historian to see if they can track down that information. Still other historians are very knowledgeable on racing in certain areas of the country, or are adept in answering questions on a certain series or organization. “Bottom line….” Fred says…..” we are here to help you find what you are looking for!” Some historian inventory spreadsheets are still being constructed and will be added when they are ready for publication. Find the new fan interactive webpage at: https://sites.google.com/site/arradocumentingracinghistory/home/we-will-look ARRA is a group of two dozen auto racing historians across the country who have banded together with the intention of researching, documenting and making available to the racing public, reliable and true racing statistics and facts. The group researches and documents racing drivers, tracks, organizations and racing series’. Please take the time to visit all of our sister websites – Three Wides Picture Vault at http://www.3widespicturevault.com/ RaceStatCentral at https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/ Flemington Speedway Historical Society at https://www.flemingtonspeedwayhistoricalsociety.com/ TrackChasers at http://www.roamingtheraceways.com/trackchasermainmenu.html VT Motormag at http://vtmotormag.com/wordpress/ Catamount Stadium at http://www.catamountstadium.com/ Auto Racing Records at http://www.autoracingrecords.com/ and YankeeRacer.com at http://yankeeracer.com/
  47. 4 points
    Maybe you should wait until there's an official word on it. Your initial answer made it sound like it was fact.
  48. 4 points
    For inquiring minds. The car is coming along nicely it should be done soon. The body is out to get lettered right now so we should have pictures in the next few weeks. We do have stickers for sale if your interested head over to the VLR Motorsports page for more info!
  49. 4 points
    Personally I think salary caps need to used. I'm sorry I just can't see how a guy playing a sport today is making more then the franchise was worth 10 years ago. No one is worth that much money. And who ends up paying? We do, the fans. The Big 3 sports in the US, are waaaay out of line in pay. Hell NASCAR drivers today make much less then the stars of the past 20 years. But it reflects the fan base and the economy. In the big 3 ticket prices are absurd. And every time some "star" decides he isn't making enough money, ticket prices have to go up.
  50. 4 points
    Canandaigua tonight... I spent a little time in the pits before we started practice. Just about everyone I saw that had face to face contact with anyone else wore masks. Everyone was asked to please honor the CDC guidelines and from what I saw the short time I was in the pits, everyone complied.
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