Man it was cool to see real racecars on a real race track again (and the best kind at that).
The following precautions were taken:
- no fans admitted
- entries capped for both classes
- each team only allowed to bring 10 people total (crew, family, etc.)
- pits separated by a minimum of 10 feet, distancing enforced
- masks were required and worn by all
- lineups set by computer rather than with pill draw
- transponders were disinfected and placed in plastic bags to be retrieved, rather than handed out directly
The track took it very seriously without apparently being required to. Sure was a lot of work for something that is just another flu virus hyped by the dastardly media.
I know of three tracks planning to race this weekend (with spectators) 82 speedway and monarch motor speedway in Texas and southern Oklahoma speedway.
Also US36 speedway in Missouri and Deep South speedway in Alabama May 8-9 weekend.
None of these have classes as big as 410 sprints. Most probably have IMCA or UMP modifieds as the main class