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The sight of so many people trying to cram into the sleepy Kentucky town of Sparta nearly two weeks ago was certainly something to behold.
It looked a lot like Woodstock as more than 150,000 people tried to shoehorn their cars into a parking area at Kentucky Speedway that was never meant to hold half that many vehicles.
As a result, thousands of people with tickets in hand were turned away without ever seeing a single lap of the first Sprint Cup race ever run at the 11-year- old s peedway.
It wouldn’t be so bad if nobody saw this coming, but that simply wasn’t the case.
Read the expanded version of this report in the print edition of the Times-News or its enhanced electronic edition.