In what is perhaps the first live sporting event in a month in the US, hundreds of people are set to gather for motor races this weekend in South Dakota. That state lacks a stay-at-home order, and two Jefferson tracks will welcome race-lovers. The Park Jefferson Speedway, with a capacity of 4,000, says all 700 tickets it made available for Saturday have been sold. Attendees must wear face coverings, a requirement also in place for Sunday's race at New Raceway Park, which says 310 of 500 tickets have been sold, per theGuardian. Republican Gov. Kristi Noem, whose executive order pushes social distancing, is not a fan. "I'm going to strongly recommend to the people of South Dakota that they not go and that they stay home," she said Tuesday, per theArgus Leader.