Editor The Drumheller Mail
Dear Editor; re: Badlands Motorsports Race Course
In a recent issue of the Strathmore Standard, James Zelazao, Financial Managers of Badlands Motorsports is quoted as saying that his proposed race courses is being built for the general public; ordinary people driving ordinary vehicles, to go for spin around an ordinary road. He didn’t say whether he would charge an ordinary price for this touring privilege. I believe that Mr. Zelazao’s remarks are a misconception of reality.
I suggest what Mr. Zelazao really wants and needs, should his race course be built, is a multitude of rich people with fat wallets and fast cars to which he can charge exurbanite prices in order to justify his expenses and satisfy his investors.
Possibly Investors should be aware of misconceptions such as this when making their money available for such projects.
You may wish to check the Badlands Motorsports Race Course website for other potential misconceptions. Sincerely, George Comstock.