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I had an amazing weekend attending the return of the US Grand Prix at the inaugural race at the new purpose-built Circuit of the Americas track.
Easily the most magnificent and impressive sporting event I have ever attended. And I’ve attended a lot of big time sporting events.
The circuit is amazing. The fans were amazing. And the city of Austin should be extremely proud of itself in pulling this off.
I’ll have more thorough post up later — I have some observations, tips for the first-timer who might be coming for the MotoGP or Aussie V8 Super Car series, and some over all impressions.
But for now I just wanted to share an observation that was jarring. I’ve attended a lot of big events here in Austin. UT football games and tailgating, ACL Festival. And, in terms of massive crowds, this blew them both away. And on Sunday afternoon, after nearly 300K weekend visitors to the track, I stood above the grande plaza, which is where most of the food and drink vendors were located.
Do you notice what you don’t see in this picture:
As I started looking around, I realized that there wasn’t a single piece of garbage on the ground. Anywhere. Not a single cigarette butt. Not a single empty beer can. Not a single hotdog wrapper.
Nothing. And it’s not because the event staff was running around picking up after the attendees. It’s because the fans in attendance were…gasp…picking up after themselves.
Of course, this was clearly an event for the evil 1% ers, what with all of this unnecessary and egregious burning of precious fossil fuels, defiling Mother Gia. Which is probably why it was so clean. We’ve seen how Liberals leave an area when they gather en mass: