UPDATE: New York’s shopping malls and casinos may now reopen. However, racetracks are still off-limits to spectators. If you have not done so already, please ask Governor Andrew Cuomo to open racetracks to fans before the season ends.
DON’T DELAY! Please contact New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and ask him to support the New York Motorsports Coalition’s plan to safely resume racing.
You may use the following points in your message:
- The New York Motorsports Coalition (NYMC) has put forth a plan to safely allow racing to resume statewide with limited spectators following CDC guidelines.
- NYMC’s plan allows residents to enjoy racing in their communities instead of traveling to neighboring states that have already implemented similar guidelines.
- New York has a rich motorsports tradition and is home to over 60 racetracks and the businesses and enthusiasts that support them.
- The safe resumption of racing with spectators would provide desperately needed economic stimulus to New York and a morale boost to its residents.
Overview: The New York Motorsports Coalition (NYMC), a group comprised of racing facilities across New York, has submitted a comprehensive plan to Governor Andrew Cuomo that would allow motorsports to safely resume with spectators statewide. As it stands, New York residents must travel to neighboring states in order to enjoy racing.