There’s more money in slots than race cars
Despite balking at building a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino with Cordish next to its Kansas City Speedway, the International Speedway Corp. still thinks people want to roll them bones. The Daytona Beach company plans to make another pitch for the same location by April 1 — this time focusing on an unnamed hotel/casino/dining/retail/entertainment complex. This probably just means 50,000 nickel slots and a kiddie pool. The Orlando Sentinel has a pretty great story on the stock-car racing company’s recent problems and hopes to make up some lost revenue with gambling. Read and learn why no one cares about race cars anymore, but everyone still believes they can get ahead with the right Blackjack strategy.