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Mayhem ensues at Canadian race track on its first day re-opened

Mayhem ensues at Canadian race track on its first day re-opened
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As part of Ontario’s re-opening following months of COVID-19 lockdowns, the province is allowing people to take part in individual outdoor recreational sports.

That means drivers who want to take to race tracks like Toronto Motorsports Park (TMP), also known as Cayuga for its location roughly two hours west of Toronto, have finally been given the all clear—yes!

It seems has given people a taste for the real thing, and prompted quite a few enthusiasts to take their vehicles to the track like responsible racers.

Except the shenanigans they may have seen or taken part in on the streets weren’t left behind — they followed the drivers to Cayuga.

Photos and videos from people who attended TMP’s first open track day of the season show a scene of absolute mayhem, with multiple car crashes and reckless racing.

A C7 Corvette Z06 burned to the ground in the parking lot, pulled off unsafe passes and showed off other bad track etiquette; and , which broke social distancing rules, obviously.
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