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From A Kansas Field to a Field of Dreams

The first time I saw the water tower on Parallel Parkway(visible from my seats in Row 64) was nearly 20 years ago. I had taken 6 young men riding at the

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Sam Simmons

My dad and I were pit stewards when the Pocono raceway opened in 1968. I was 17 and I was given a clip board and assigned a car for each of the races

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Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch is a talented young racecar driver who wins in everything he drives. As good as a driver as he is, he is often booed at the racetrack, definitly not a fan favorite.

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Bristol Motor Speedway: Welcome to Thunder Valley!

The Bristol Motor Speedway offers an exciting short track experience in the Appalachian Mountains of Bristol Tennessee. Fans come to the track to watch the action on the high speed, high banked half

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Carl Edwards

Carl Edwards grew up watching his father race and dreamed of becoming a racecar driver himself. Carl now drives the #99 Ford Taurus for Roush Fenway Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series. He is known for hi

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Las Vegas Motor Speedway: The Diamond in the Desert

The Las Vegas Motor Speedway has something for everyone, from the casual fan to the most die-hard. If you are planning on visiting Sin City, make sure you include the speedway among the places to vis

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Phoenix International Raceway: The Desert Jewel

The Phoenix International Raceway is an unusual racetrack with many odd characteristics that make it a unique stop on the NASCAR circuit. Between the heat, the snakes and the unusual shape of the trac

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Clint Bowyer

Clint Bowyer is a laid back guy who grew up racing on the dirt tracks around Kansas.

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Homestead-Miami Speedway

Not far from the bright lights of Miami are the bright lights of the Homestead-Miami Speedway, this premier NASCAR venue plays host to 65,000 fans at some of the biggest races every year. This beautif

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Chicagoland Speedway

Even if you weren't a fan of racing, you would still be easily impressed by the Chicagoland Speedway. Located about 30 miles from downtown Chicago in Joliet, Illinois the massive track is definitely

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Atlanta Motor Speedway

Atlanta Motor Speedway is known for its high speeds and photo finishes. Drivers race for 500 miles only to finish just inches apart at the start/finish line. Atlanta is also the track where Richard P

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Watkins Glen International: Welcome to The Glen

Watkins Glen International began as a dream of law student Cameron Argetsinger and since its humble beginnings has evolved into the top road racing facility in the United States. Watkins Glen hosts ma

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway: The Brickyard

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home to a variety of different races however, it is one of NASCARís most popular tracks.

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New Hampshire Motor Speedway

New Hampshire Motor Speedway is an unusual flat 1 mile speedway that produces a lot of side by side racing. Drivers either love or hate the place.This flat racetrack hosts the first race in t

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Infineon Raceway: Racing in Wine Country

Infineon Raceway is a popular road course located in the heart of the Wine Country of Sonoma California, where drivers like Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. turn left and RIGHT.

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The Michigan International Speedway: Your Ultimate Guide

Michigan International Speedway is a wide, high speed racetrack in the Irish Hills of Brooklyn Michigan where you can watch the likes of Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr

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Pocono Raceway

Pocono Raceway is a unique triangular shaped track that offers an exciting superspeedway experience in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania

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Kansas Speedway: Racing in the Heartland

If you are a dedicated race fan, Kansas Speedway is where you want to watch a NASCAR race and now is your time to buy tickets before they are sold out. The excitement of the race is something you can

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Charlotte Motor Speedway: Where fans finish first!

Charlotte Motor Speedway might not be the biggest or the best track that NASCAR has to offer, but its one of the most popular. The real difference with Charlotte Motor Speedway

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Dover International Speedway: The Monster Mile

Dover International Speedway has made itself part of racing history and with a quick look at its notable past, it is easy to see why it is one of the best tracks in NASCAR. The speedway is not

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Darlington Raceway: The Lady in Black

Darlington Raceway is one of the oldest tracks in NASCAR. Its a difficult egg shaped oval racetrack yet it is a favorite of fans and drivers alike. This legendary track has remained true to the founde

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Richmond International Raceway

The Richmond International Raceway is very unique in that it is a .75-mile short track layout that produces thrilling, high speed side-by-side racing.

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Talladega Superspeedway

Talladega Superspeedway has been responsible for some of the biggest incidents in NASCAR, from records being set to some of the biggest crashes in NASCAR. Just a look at some of the stories behind Ta

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Texas Motor Speedway

The Texas Motor Speedway, the fastest track on the NASCAR circuit takes a fan-friendly approach to managing the speedway that is why it has become the standard by which all other tracks have been meas

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Martinsville Speedway

The Martinsville Speedway is NASCAR's oldest and smallest track but that doesn't mean its not the best. In fact you could argue that NASCAR has been racing at Martinsville Speedway for so long

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Auto Club Speedway: Where raw speed and horsepower meet Hollywood glitz and gla

Auto Club Speedway: Where raw speed and horsepower meet Hollywood glitz and glamor

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Denny Hamlin

Denny Hamlin has had success at every level he has raced. Now he is at the top of his sport and for a young driver he continues to impress everyone in NASCAR.

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Tony Stewart

Many things describe Tony Stewart, racecar driver USAC Champion, IRL Champion, two time NASCAR Champion, Speedway owner and very charitable.

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Greg Biffle

Even though Greg Biffle got a late start in NASCAR, he has proven that he belongs at the top level of the sport.

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Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson is a three time NASCAR Champion. While his on track efforts have been nothing short of magnificent his off track contributions to society through the Jimmie Johnson Foundation

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