Sure, watching racing is a blast. Saturday I helped out with the endurance race in the pits, Saturday JTB and I decided we would sleep in a tent (apparently our first mistake). WHY WOULD ANYONE EVER WANT TO SLEEP AT THE TRACK? People are jerks at the race track. If I was a spectator I'd never come back. Some of the most RUDE and IGNORANT people are at the race track that I have ever seen. Now let me explain why. I understand that it is a social event, so I expect there to be some chaos and fun times. Some might want to tell me that it's just the track. We'll I'm sorry. 10pm, sure have your fun, be loud, turn up the music. 11pm, Not a problem, blow up trash cans with fire works, crank up the music, have fun, not a problem. Midnight, Ok people, do you realize people are going to start rolling in around 6am. Why are people still yelling and screaming and blowing up more trash cans with fireworks? Did your mother forget to teach you to have some respect for the people around you? 1am, Drag racing your pit bikes? There are so called RACERS with ZERO respect for others. They may look like adults, but sorry adults don't act that way. So you wonder why there aren't a lot of spectators showing up to these events? This is probably one reason. You so called RACERS piss them off to never want to come back for an entire weekend. If this is how you treat people at night, I can only imagine how you treat people during the day. Some of you people may have taken some trophies home this weekend but in my book a HUGE chunk of you are still ZEROS. Especially those drag racing fools at 1am, and to those individuals that were fed up with the noise that did nothing. Yes, I drove up to security and complained. But Summit Point security is a joke and I now understand why this activity went on. Good luck ever getting fans in this sport.