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LAS VEGAS, April 19, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- EXR Racing Series, a supercar racing experience based out of Las Vegas, has hired Liquid Asset Partners to sell their turn-key racing fleet, EXR Racing Series, due to a strategic refocus of their core business. The group of assets will be sold in an online auction, ending May 6, with the opportunity to purchase the entire turn-key EXR LVO2 racing series. "This is an amazing opportunity for a race track or race group to pick up a complete, state-of-the-art race series package," said Bill Melvin, CEO of Liquid Asset Partners. "The auction will include 22 vehicles, with more than half of them in track-ready condition, and also feature spare parts and tooling for the EXR series." EXR Racing Series features late-model, 235 horse power custom build race cars for a driver-focused experience. 230 horsepower at 7,500 RPM 1,800 lbs (815 kg) Tork Engineering high-strength tube-frame steel chassis Tork Engineering locking differential Fiberglass, two-door sports sedan fiber glass body kit Renault 2L, 16-valve, four-cylinder engine. Inline configuration. Front engine, rear-wheel drive Six-speed sequential Sadev gearbox with paddle shift. Single-plate Renault clutch The auction is set to end May 6, at 10:00am PST. Interested parties can
Ilyas Tayfun Salci/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images The US: Plateau in new cases is still holding, which is good because it means that the disease is spreading at a roughly constant pace, not accelerating. Worldometers But there is no obvious decline setting in — which is worrying because 30,000 people per day are getting it. Unsurprisingly, deaths still occurring at a rate of roughly 2,000 people per day. Worldometers Spain: What a rollercoaster Spain is on. A good day yesterday, and let's hope those two recent days with high numbers remain outliers to the trend. Worldometers Deaths are declining but the active cases curve is not yet flat. Worldometers Italy: Looks like this is coming under control. The "active cases" curve is also getting flatter. Worldometers And deaths are down likewise. Worldometers France: More choppy data but an optimist might squint at this chart and say overall it's getting better. Worldometers More good news: The death toll is moderating. Worldometers Germany: Continued good news here on all fronts. Worldometers Deaths and new cases are down, and active cases are in decline