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Old 04-16-2013, 11:23 AM   #21
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:27 AM   #22
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like this is why supercross is king in the US. Americans won't put up with that kind of stuff for long.
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:37 AM   #23
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like this is why supercross is king in the US. Americans won't put up with that kind of stuff for long.
I doubt it, people still pay $20 to park at the reliant to go to the carnival which is $10 a person lol!
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:49 AM   #24
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I doubt it, people still pay $20 to park at the reliant to go to the carnival which is $10 a person lol!
We are taking about $150 to park not $20. And reliant parking is $10.

Theres No shuttle. Can't print tickets. I mean what a cluster ! $1300 PER PERSON to have pit access. It's insane. Pure insanity. I'm going this year but I don't know about next year.

And I've never been to a big race like this but if 80,000 people bought tickets and they fed ex shipped all those people tickets, how much did that cost? So much that I guess parking had to be $150. Lol
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We can't sell you parking passes because we can't fed ex them in time? That's crazy to me.
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We are taking about $150 to park not $20. And reliant parking is $10.

Theres No shuttle. Can't print tickets. I mean what a cluster ! $1300 PER PERSON to have pit access. It's insane. Pure insanity. I'm going this year but I don't know about next year.

And I've never been to a big race like this but if 80,000 people bought tickets and they fed ex shipped all those people tickets, how much did that cost? So much that I guess parking had to be $150. Lol
I guess you didnt go this year. People that had a tent set up for bbq paid $80 if they were there all 4 days.

Yes there were other options but most coughed up the $20 lol

I agree its outrageous but there will always be someone else that will pay
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$150 parking for motogp is the scalper price.
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Old 04-16-2013, 04:07 PM   #28
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Bicycle parking is in lot C if you want to ride your bike, make sure you bring a bike lock!
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I will be in my truck, so if a bunch of folks want to jump in the back I can drive. I will be just a few miles form the track to at Homewood Suites.

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AMA races are cheaper to attend, less chaotic and often better racing action. I'll be watching this one from my couch.
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One more reason why I will not go to this event. I'll just watch it from the couch.
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