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Auto racing returns to California since start of coronavirus shutdowns

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The Vintage Auto Racing Association held the first publicly sanctioned auto race since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic on Sunday. The event, British Extravaganza, was held at Buttonwillow Raceway and maintained a COVID-19 safety protocol in order to receive clearance from the racetrack and Kern County. The president of the club hopes the event will be a model for other races to reopen across the country.

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Eddy Macsanet says:

I’m in Southern California and there’s No CV19 or infected people here but just only non infected healthy people??

Sheffield Bailey says:

“Bread and circus” The good thing is amateur racers are generally very responsible people without large crowds of spectators. Have fun. Be safe.

Be Nice says:

CASES ARE GOING UP. YET, NO PUA AID.

Cynthia Hawkins says:

Nice to see.

Rebecca Parsons says:

Yay!!!! Dad!

srawna thea says:

Bad timing dude

Kelly In LA says:

Keep on keepin' on!

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