Traffic jam blues
Sir, Watching the opening
events at Thruxton on Easter Monday, I couldn’t help but glance across at the A303 every now and again.
I wonder how many of those entangled in the appalling traffic jams were first-time racegoers, enticed by the recent run of TV advertising? And I wonder how many of
them will come back?
It’s all very well trying to pull in the punters, but it’s not so clever when you can’t get them all into the circuit in an orderly manner. Worse still when you can’t get them into the venue at all. Tom White, Peters&Id,
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