The 250s are on at the moment. During the warmup lap they had the aerial shots of the bikes going around the track. Now, I know that motorcycling isn't that popular in the US, but from what I could see from the overheads most of the grandstands appeared to be empty. I wonder why the FIM or Dorna have bothered with two US GPs? Did they get a two-for-one deal or something and hoping that the gate takings from Laguna and Indy would make up for the lack of crowds or something? The main straight, if that is what it is, grandstands seem to have a few people in them but it's hard to tell. And they don't make it easy for spectators to view it either. One section has this huge Red Bull banner that seems to block the view of the track for at least one stand. (they did this same crap at the V8s in Can'tberra a few years back too).