If the Track goes Solar, can the Cars be Far behind?

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Pocono prepares to reap benefits of its solar farm

Of course if they start charging cars for racing at the track some newspaper columnist with nothing to write about that day will accuse racing of depriving the neighborhood of air conditioning on Sunday, so it's a no win there, but a nice solar farm, perhaps COVERING the entire parking lot instead of at ground level closing it will provide ample current for chargine a whole fleet of cars quickly and powering the engineering trailers and fans motorhomes nearby on race weekend, probably with some left over. Then all week the neighborhood gets local power.

Maybe we can race this car. I'll drive.

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