Cuba’s streets are literally lined with signs of change. ‘For sale’ placards sit in windows of cars and homes, now considered private property. New family-run cafes stand beside old state-operated cafeterias. Cuban Americans and tourists exchange ideas and goods with locals. Government billboards proclaim: ‘The reforms in Cuba are for more socialism.’ People are overwhelmed, excited, uncertain. Against the backdrop of such upheaval, a smaller but significant change has nearly gone unnoticed: the legalization of car racing.
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