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Old 12-04-2011, 01:47 PM   #1
Blondie
 
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Default It takes two....

The difference between fans of auto racing and fans of other sports is that auto racing takes work.

You want to go watch or play a hockey game? Get on the subway or the streetcar and you’ll be dropped off at the door of an ice rink.

Want to watch or play golf? There’s a course just down the street (it seems). I mean, sometimes, there are golf clubs on both sides of the road.

Want to watch or play soccer or softball? Or take your kid to his baseball game? There are fields, pitches and diamonds in every neighbourhood.

But if you want to watch or participate in a car race, chances are you'll have to go out of town – sometimes for great distances.

So it takes effort to be a fan of live motor sport, which sets us apart from all others.

How about being a participant?

What’s the difference between being the driver of a racing car, or motorcycle, and those who play other games and sports? In short, what takes two balls?

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