You're telling me a remote albeit beautiful corner of Portugal can build what has been described as the best new track on the planet but the mighty United States cannot come up with a way to construct one in every state of the Union?
Think about the upside, massive construction jobs, employment for local communities, easy availability of track time would cut down on idiotic street racing, Mechanics would be busy, body shops would be extra busy, gasoline would be burned, tires shredded, brake pads vaporized...
And, of course, facilities would be built to strict "green" standards thereby suggesting, in the immortal words of Private Joker, "something about the duality of man, sir."
Seriously, do we have to fix everything?
Autodromo Internacional do Algarve
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