Circuit of the Americas continues gearing up for its first MotoGP race this weekend. The motorcycles, more than 100 of them, have arrived, as well as the support equipment — enough freight to fill three 747s. The 3.4-mile track was getting some fresh paint Tuesday, and signs for title sponsor Red Bull were going up.
With many of the racing teams planning to arrive Wednesday, there remained plenty of details for circuit officials to attend to in the next few days, but after two deadly bombs exploded Monday at the Boston Marathon, security measures were an increased concern.
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