ROSEVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — The sound of engines, the smell of burnt rubber and the noise of fans cheering returned to Roseville Saturday night as people were allowed to attend stock car racing in person.
For many, it was an escape, and many are hoping it’s only the start of what is to come.
“I’m just glad to have racing back in Roseville,” said Dakota Sullivan, a fan.
It’s the first time in 17 months that fans young and old finally got a night of stock car racing.
“That’s crazy. Crazy. It seems longer huh. It seems a lot longer,” said Joey Inzunza.
Inzuza says he was willing to go through any restrictions just to see NASCAR stock car racing back at the All American Speedway.
“It’s nice though,” Inunza said. “Everything is coming back and everyone is pretty happy.”
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