Do the impossible its fun
- Jul 16, 2000
At a local track of ours. We got a hour into the race, and it starts raining a monsoon. So they cancel it and say over the loudspeaker when the makeup race will be held and that "We all have your names on the waivers you signed when you enterd the gate, so you won't have to pay twice." So we all go back to the track for the makeup race and they say that racers get in free, but the spectators have to pay again. Even if you were at the rained out race. Is this common practice at most tracks. I know they are all different, but I was wondering what the majority of track owners would do. So the following week after the makeup rain race the owner puts up fliers at the local bike shop saying. "Due to the overwhelming griping and moaning of whiners complaining of paying the $7 gate fee. The rest of the races for the remainder of the year are cancelled." What a ahole.