R1 Indoor Karting reopens with limited capacity, at risk of being in violation with state

MIKE HEZEMANS, owner, R1 Indoor Karting in Lincoln, stands in the middle of his go-kart track. Hezemans confirmed Monday that his facility reopened for business Friday to limited capacity, arguing that his facility should reopen if Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. reopened its casinos, PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
MIKE HEZEMANS, owner, R1 Indoor Karting in Lincoln, stands in the middle of his go-kart track. Hezemans confirmed Monday that his facility reopened for business on June 12 at a limited capacity, arguing that his facility should reopen if Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. reopened its casinos. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LINCOLN – While the state is slated to announce later this week its plans and protocols for Phase 3 business reopening – which includes indoor recreation facilities - one such facility here has already opened the doors in a limited capacity. R1 Indoor Karting co-owner Mike Hezemans confirmed Monday to Providence Business News that the…

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