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Kentucky Speedway
Kentucky
The history of Kentucky Speedway is as colorful as the flags waved from its flag stand and the cars that dart around its 1.5-mile track. The path to its position on NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series schedule included more twists and turns than the roads leading to Sparta, Kentucky. U...
Kingsport Speedway
Tennessee
Kingsport Speedway has hosted many of racing’s greatest drivers, whether its track surface was asphalt, red clay, or brushed concrete. The short track, located in East Tennessee, has undergone dramatic changes since 1965 in attempts to keep pace with an ever-evolving motorspor...
Charlotte Motor Speedway
North Carolina
When Charlotte Motor Speedway opened in June 1960, the track built by Bruton Smith and Curtis Turner became a cornerstone in the decade that launched NASCAR’s superspeedway era. Stock car racing’s first paved 1.5-mile track immediately grabbed the motorsports world’s attention...