An Online Taste Of The Race

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Are virtual wine tastings a great way to bring gearheads together?

It’s been a challenging few months for the whole world, but in-person social-based events and businesses have had to reevaluate how they can move forward. Even as stay-at-home orders are starting to loosen in most states, social distancing and personal safety concerns are still driving social behavior trends. Although people are weary about physically visiting places, like vineyards, or attending a wine tasting with a group of people, wine makers have another option, and this particular option is also a good one for those thirsty to get back to the track!

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Surprisingly, virtual wine tastings may be one of the best things to come from this lifestyle-disrupting scare. Motorious was recently invited to join a virtual wine tasting of The Racing Series wines, by Adobe Road. It

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Plan For Extra Delays This Fourth Of July Weekend

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SEATTLE, WA — The Fourth of July holiday is always an especially busy time for Washington’s ferries, but the pandemic is likely to make this holiday much, much worse.

The Washington State Department of Transportation, or WSDOT, says that more than 100 of their ferry employees are at high risk for the coronavirus and are unable to work— that has forced them to cut down on the number of daily sailings, which will make wait times and back-ups especially severe when Washingtonians begin to travel for the long weekend.

State Ferries estimate the worst of it will be Thursday for ferries heading westbound, and Sunday for boats heading east as the mass of travelers return home. The longest wait times are likely to be at the Edmonds, Kingston, Mukilteo and Clinton ferry terminals. WSDOT says all of those terminals are already fairly busy, and likely to only get worse through

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