Well, another difference between the tracks, is that there is not 400 other people on the Texas one at the same time either, and even though it’s not world reknown for being an IT track, it was built long after using the knowledge gained from all of the great tracks and driving styles, and done so by very very rich people. I’m sure it’s a good track, and it sure beats the hell out of doing it on public roads.
The pricing blows me away, because it’s really really rich people that own it. People that come from old money and never have to work a day in their lives rich. 3rd of 4th generational don’t have to work rich. So why would those people need to charge enough to go beyond making it back to plain out making money? It’s probably a social filter quite honestly.