The NASCAR race known as the Brickyard 400 happened in Indianapolis, but it seems that this was the race no one saw. It's just as well: current events take precedence over a mere sport, and with recent political upheavals around the world, we should definitely pay more attention to the news instead of a simple car race.
I am not familiar with the Brickyard 400. If its some kind of sporting event I suppose it doesn't matter in the long run because it is just a game. If its something else it would depend on whether it changes something major or minor in society. Either way,one way or another I'm not familiar with it.
There are a lot of things going on in our world right now that are calling for our attention. I think the last thing we need to worry about is whether or not a race got enough attention while the world is burning beneath our feet. People are dying every day. A race should be the least of anyone's concern.
The low attendance at the 2016 Brickyard 400 is an example of how outdated this "sport" has become. It is a waste of energy, time, and money. It is a dangerous sport that is outdated and is a waste of time. People do not want to sit and watch cars drive around a track anymore.