Feb 21 | Joe Gibbs Racing Sweeps Budweiser Duel At Daytona

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Joe Gibbs Racing Sweeps Budweiser Duel At Daytona. Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin Victorious in Inaugural Nighttime Running of the 150-Mile Qualifying Races

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Joe Gibbs Racing swept the inaugural nighttime running of the Budweiser Duel At Daytona with Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin finishing atop the scoring pylon in their respective 150-mile qualifying races on Thursday night at Daytona International Speedway.

            Kenseth, who led a race-high 31 laps in the first qualifying race, was the victor in a three-wide finish at the checkered flag, edging out Kevin Harvick by .022 seconds with Kasey Kahne a close third. It was later announced that Harvick’s No. 4 Budweiser Chevrolet failed post-race inspection nullifying his finish in the race.

            “Certainly (the win) felt good,” said Kenseth, who has won a Budweiser Duel two of the last three years. “The last few days haven’t felt great. To get the car in the front today and keep it there, win (the race), it certainly builds confidence in all of us, makes us feel like we can go out and get the job done if everybody does their jobs and we do everything right.”

            Hamlin has dominated Budweiser Speedweeks thus far, winning The Sprint Unlimited last Saturday night and leading 23 of the 60 laps on the way to his win in the second Budweiser Duel. Hamlin was followed across the finish line by three-time DAYTONA 500 champion Jeff Gordon and Kurt Busch.

            “We just need to keep doing what we’re doing,” said Hamlin who picked up his fifth career win at the “World Center of Racing”. “We’re on a roll and once that snowball starts to roll, it’s hard to stop it. Right now we’re just on a heck of a run.

            “The biggest challenge I’ll have is to keep the reigns back for 450 miles,” said Hamlin when asked about what he needs to do to become the first driver to sweep Budweiser Speedweeks which culminates with the DAYTONA 500 on Sunday. “(The 500 is) going to be a much longer race and when you go out there and perform the way we have over these last few races, it’s hard not to just charge out there and show that you’re still on top and still the best right on Lap 1. That will be my challenge within myself – keeping the reigns back and realizing how long it is and try to be as patient as I can.”

            As Hamlin prepared to take the checkered flag, defending DAYTONA 500 and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson ran out of fuel entering the tri-oval, resulting in a nine-car accident.

            Among the bubble drivers that secured starting spots in “The Great American Race” on Sunday include Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidates Cole Whitt and Alex Bowman, Landon Cassill, Josh Wise and Brian Scott.

           Failing to qualify for Sunday’s 56th annual Daytona 500 were Ryan Truex Jr., Michael McDowell, Joe Nemechek, Morgan Shepherd, Eric McClure and Dave Blaney.

Tickets for NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious race – the 56th annual Daytona 500 on Sunday, Feb. 23 – start at $65 and are available at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP.

Fans can follow NASCAR on Twitter (@NASCAR) and stay up to speed on the latest news by using hashtags #NASCAR, #DAYTONA500 and #ROADTODAYTONA.  Stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on TwitterFacebookInstagram and Pinterest for the latest news all season long.  Fans can also follow the latest on DAYTONA Rising, the $400 million frontstretch renovation at the “World Center of Racing” by using #DAYTONARising on Twitter or visiting www.daytonarising.com

Feb 18 | Second Annual UNOH Battle At The Beach

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Suarez Claims Second NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Race This Week in Nightcap; Coby’s Late Push Captures the Win in Modified Race

UNOH Battle At The Beach

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Daniel Suarez won his second NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race in 48 hours as he surged to victory in the main event of Tuesday’s UNOH Battle At The Beach K&N Pro Series East race at Daytona International Speedway. 

Suarez dominated the field, fending off several challengers to claim his second race this week in Florida. His win in the Sunoco Race Fuels Toyota comes on the heels of a season-opening victory Sunday at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway.

Suarez’s margin of victory was .596 seconds on the short track built on the backstretch of Daytona International Speedway.

The points-earning win is the Monterrey, Mexico native’s third victory in 32 NKNPS starts.  Suarez started Tuesday’s race in the sixth position.

“I have no words to explain how I feel right now,” said Suarez.  “This is a dream.”

Austin Hill finished second while Brandon McReynolds, son of two-time Daytona 500-winning crew chief Larry McReynolds, battled from 16th position to earn the third-place slot.

Last year’s inaugural UNOH Battle At The Beach K&N Series winner Cameron Hayley finished 14th.

The win marks Suarez’s 17th career top-10 finish.  Suarez is a member of NASCAR’s Next program that spotlights young talent in the sport.  He was the championship runner-up last season in the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series after finishing 2012 in third place.

Doug Coby Wins NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Race After Late-Race Restart

Doug Coby’s patience paid off with a race win in the second annual UNOH Battle At The Beach NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race. 

Coby ran among the top five all night, trailing defending NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Ryan Preece for much of the race. Preece led 145 of the 150-lap (55.5 mile) feature event.  Dave Sapienza’s car made contact with the left rear of Preece during a restart following the eighth and final caution of the contest.  Coby took advantage of the bump and subsequent opening, darting to the lead and subsequent victory by a margin of .322 seconds.

Jason Myers finished second, while Luke Fleming took the third-place finish.  Preece, who started in the pole position, finished fourth.  Burt Myers rounded out the top five, giving Ford a manufacturer’s sweep.

“You just cross your fingers that the guy behind you would try something but not wreck you,” said Coby.  “I just got lucky that’s how it ended.”

Coby’s win is the second Battle At The Beach victory for his Ford team.  Steve Park won the inaugural race at Daytona last year. 

Coby, who hails from Milford, Conn. and is the 2012 NWMT champion, started in the fifth position.  He finished fourth in the 2013 UNOH Battle At The Beach.

Tickets for NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious race – the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 on Sunday, Feb. 23 – start at $65 and are available at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP.

Fans can follow NASCAR on Twitter (@NASCAR) and stay up to speed on the latest news by using hashtags #NASCAR, #DAYTONA500 and #ROADTODAYTONA.  Stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for the latest news all season long.  Fans can also follow the latest on DAYTONA Rising, the $400 million frontstretch renovation at the “World Center of Racing” by using #DAYTONARising on Twitter or visiting www.daytonarising.com.

Feb 16 | Austin Dillon Puts Famed No. 3 on the DAYTONA 500 Pole

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Austin Dillon put the famed No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet on the pole for the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 23

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Austin Dillon put the famed No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet on the pole for the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 23.

Dillon turned a lap of 196.019 mph around the 2.5-mile tri-oval during DAYTONA 500 Qualifying Presented By Kroger on Sunday afternoon to become the second straight rookie to sit on the pole for “The Great American Race.” Danica Patrick captured the pole for last year’s DAYTONA 500.

The 23-year-old Dillon, grandson of Childress, is driving the legendary No. 3 car as he campaigns for rookie honors in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2014. The historic No. 3 hasn’t been used in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition since 2001.

“Everybody wants to see this number perform well,” said Dillon, who has previously won the NASCAR Nationwide and Camping World Truck series championships driving the No. 3 car for Richard Childress Racing. “That’s why my goals are to stay focused. I know this is just qualifying, but it is great for these guys.”

Dillon is the fourth driver in the history of the DAYTONA 500 to put a No. 3 car on the pole. Buddy Baker (1969), Ricky Rudd (1983), Dale Earnhardt (1996) previously won DAYTONA 500 poles with the No. 3 car.

Said Childress: “I couldn’t be more proud for Austin and (crew chief) Gil (Martin) and all the guys that worked so hard this winter to come down here and run good. We wanted to put on a good show with the No. 3 and couldn’t be more proud of everybody.”

Starting alongside Dillon will be Furniture Row Racing’s Martin Truex Jr., who posted a lap of 195.852 mph with an Earnhardt-Childress Racing built engine. Dillon’s No. 3 car was also outfitted with an ECR engine giving the engine company a sweep of the front row.

“Front row, that is what we are here for today,” Truex Jr. said. “Obviously can’t say enough about this team. What a great job I think we have got about seven miles on this car One run yesterday, no testing down here, just an amazing job by the team..”

Earning the DAYTONA 500 pole secures Dillon a spot in the invitation-only 2015 Sprint Unlimited At Daytona.

For the moment, Dillon will enjoy the spotlight for the next week as the DAYTONA 500 pole sitter.

The remainder of the DAYTONA 500 starting field will be finalized in Thursday’s inaugural nighttime running of the Budweiser Duel At Daytona 150-mile qualifying races (FOX Sports 1, MRN Radio), which begin at 7:00 p.m. ET.

Both Dillon and Truex Jr. will each lead their respective Budweiser Duel fields to the green flag on Thursday night.

            Tickets for NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious race – the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 on Sunday, Feb. 23 – start at $65 and are available at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP.

            Fans can follow NASCAR on Twitter (@NASCAR) and stay up to speed on the latest news by using hashtags #NASCAR, #DAYTONA500 and #ROADTODAYTONA.  Stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for the latest news all season long.  Fans can also follow the latest on DAYTONA Rising, the $400 million frontstretch renovation at the “World Center of Racing” by using #DAYTONARising on Twitter or visiting www.daytonarising.com.

Feb 16 | NASCAR Drivers Among the more than 1,500 to Run the Daytona Beach Half Marathon

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NASCAR drivers among the more than 1,500 to run the Daytona Beach Half Marathon

Daytona Beach Half Marathon
DAYTONA BEACH (February 16, 2014) – A perfect morning in Daytona Beach provided great running conditions for the more than 1,500 runners that participated in the Daytona Beach Half Marathon this morning. Six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson and two-time Daytona 500 champion Michael Waltrip, were among those that participated in the half marathon. The men’s half marathon winner was Jose Diaz, from Orlando, with a time of 1:14:55. The women’s half marathon winner was Heather Schulz, from Orlando, with a time of 1:25:37. Jimmie Johnson finished 3rd in the men’s 34-39 age division, with a time of 1:28:16. Michael Waltrip finished the half marathon with a time of 2:16:38. Hosted by Volusia County, the Daytona International Speedway and the Central Florida Sports Commission, the Daytona Beach Half Marathon is an official event of the Budweiser Speedweeks lineup, taking place just one week before the 56th running of “The Great American Race” – the Daytona 500. In addition to NASCAR drivers participating in the race, other touches enhanced the NASCAR experience
for the runners, such as classic race cars placed along the route and checkered flags marking the beach portion of the course. In addition, each runner received two tickets to the DAYTONA 500 Qualifying Presented by Kroger, which is held today at 1pm, just three hours after the last runner crosses the finish line. "There's no other race in the country like the Daytona Beach Half Marathon, where you start at the world's most famous racetrack, run on the world's most famous beach and finish at the world's most famous finish line," said Volusia County Manager Jim Dinneen, who also ran the half marathon today. "And, by adding the Lap the Track and kids races this year, we really created a family event and what I believe will become the 'can't miss race' of the season." Runners began the half marathon on pit road at Daytona International Speedway and circled around the first two miles of the track, exiting the track at Gate 7, underneath construction from the DAYTONA Rising project. Runners then headed east on International Speedway Blvd continuing over the bridge, getting their first glimpse of the Halifax River and the beach, then finally reaching “The World’s Most Famous Beach” at approximately the 7.1 mile mark. Runners then ran on the beach for approximately two-tenths of a mile, getting an unobstructed view of the ocean as the sun rose on the beautiful horizon. Returning to the roads of Daytona Beach, runners then headed back to the Speedway for the finish and a trip to Gatorade Victory Lane.

New this year, the event also included a Lap the Track fun run, presented by the Florida Department of Transportation, and a Kids Race. Nearly 200 participated in the Lap the Track, presented by Florida Department of Transportation, which gave runners the opportunity to experience all the sights and sounds of Budweiser Speedweeks with one lap (approximately 2.2 miles) around the Daytona International Speedway. More than 30 kids, ages 11 years and younger, took part in the Kids Races with distances ranging from 100 to 400 yards. Combining all three races, more than 1,700 runners took park in the festivities today. With approximately an additional 2,200 spectators in attendance, the Daytona Beach Half Marathon, and the additional races, are expected to generate a significant impact for Volusia County. Initial estimates indicate that the event will result in over 800 room nights and nearly $1 million in economic impact for the County. “The Daytona Beach Half Marathon is a key part of the Sports Commission’s strategy to grow sports tourism in Volusia County,” said John Bisignano, Central Florida Sports Commission President/CEO. “It starts with a high performance team - Jim Dinneen & his Volusia County team, Joie Chitwood & the Daytona International Speedway team and the Central Florida Sports Commission team. It continues with a unique product - home of ‘The Great American Race’ and ‘The World’s Most Famous Beach’ and finishes with a focused effort to bring more high quality and unique events that drive economic value for Volusia County.”

Complete results can be found at the Dayton Beach Half Marathon website, www.daytonabeachhalf.com or at www.altavistasports.com. The date for the 2015 Daytona Beach Half Marathon will be released in the coming weeks. For real time updates and news, like the race on Facebook @Daytona Beach Half Marathon or follow on twitter @daytonahalf. Image attached of Half Marathon finish line. Tickets for all Budweiser Speedweeks At Daytona events are also available online at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP. Fans can also stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest for the latest news all season long.

About CFSC: The Central Florida Sports Commission strategically solicits, creates and supports marquee sports-related events and businesses that enhance our community’s economy. The Sports Commission represents the counties of Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia, as well as the City of Orlando. The Sports Commission also produces sports-related programs for the residents of Central Florida including the SPORTYS, Breakfast of Champions and the Daytona Beach Half Marathon. For more information, please visit www.centralfloridasports.org

Feb 16 | Actor Chris Evans, Star of Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” Named Grand Marshal for 56th Annual DAYTONA 500

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Evans Will Deliver the Most Famous Words in Motorsports for the ‘The Great American Race’

Actor Chris Evans named Grand Marshal

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Chris Evans, star of Marvel’s latest Super Hero adventure “Captain America: The Winter Solider,” scheduled for release on April 4, will serve as Grand Marshal for the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday, Feb. 23, at Daytona International Speedway. The race is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET and broadcast on FOX, FOX Deportes, MRN Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, as well as streamed live on the FOX Sports GO app.

As Grand Marshal, Evans will declare the four most famous words in motorsports—“Drivers, start your engines.” In addition to delivering the command, he will be introduced at the driver’s meeting, participate in pre-race ceremonies and ride in one of the Grand Marshal cars during the pace laps prior to the green flag of the historic 200-lap, 500-mile race.

“What better way to kick-off ‘The Great American Race’ than with Captain America, Chris Evans, giving the command to start engines,” Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III said. “We look forward to having him be a part of our pre-race ceremonies in front of more than a hundred thousand race fans in attendance and millions more watching on FOX as we launch the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.”

Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Solider,” directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, finds Steve Rogers aka Captain America (Chris Evans), living quietly in Washington, D.C. following the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America teams up with Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and enlists the help of a new ally, Falcon (Anthony Mackie). However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy—the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).

Based on the Marvel comic book series, first published in 1941, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Solider” is produced by Kevin Feige, p.g.a., with a screenplay by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely. 

The film is presented by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. 

Predecessors to Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Solider” are “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011) and “Marvel’s The Avengers” (2012), in which Evans portrayed Captain America as well. 

Evans is also set to star in “Snowpiercer,” which opened as the #1 film in Korea and will be released later this year in the U.S. Additionally, Evans recently wrapped production on his directorial debut “1:30 Train,” in which he also stars. 

Evans joins the remarkable list of previous DAYTONA 500 Grand Marshals including John Travolta, Ben Affleck, Nicolas Cage, Kate Upton, Jane Lynch, Matthew McConaughey and James Franco. 

For more information on tickets for the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 and Sprint FANZONE/Pre-Race access, race fans can go online at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or call 1-800-PITSHOP.

Fans can follow NASCAR on Twitter (@NASCAR) and stay up to speed on the latest news by using hashtags #NASCAR, #DAYTONA500 and #ROADTODAYTONA.  Stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for the latest news all season long.  Fans can also follow the latest on DAYTONA Rising, the $400 million frontstretch renovation at the “World Center of Racing” by using #DAYTONARising on Twitter or visiting www.daytonarising.com.

About Marvel Entertainment
Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years.  Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing.  For more information visit marvel.com



Feb 15 | Hamlin Captures The Sprint Unlimited At Daytona

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Grant Enfinger wins Lucas Oil 200 Presented By MAVTV American Real

        DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Denny Hamlin kicked off Budweiser Speedweeks 2014 with a strong showing under the lights in the star-studded Sprint Unlimited at Daytona International Speedway.

            After keeping the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Toyota out front for a race-high 27 of the 75 laps, and being the lead car at the end of the first two segments, Hamlin fittingly resumed his place at the head of the pack to lead the final lap around the 2.5-mile tri-oval and take the victory.

            “The best car won, that’s for sure,” Hamlin said in Gatorade Victory Lane. “We’ve had a good car all weekend. It was survival of the fittest for sure. With three (laps) to go, we’re at the tail end of a very small pack and it’s really hard to get runs, but this car was just phenomenal and you saw it those last couple laps.”

            Hamlin’s teammate, Kyle Busch, finished third despite a spin in Turn 4 with 15 laps to go. Busch expertly commanded the No. 18 Toyota and received minimal damage.

            “Once I got going on the apron, I didn’t even know where straight was on the steering wheel,” Busch said of the spin. He also had complimentary words regarding his teammate.

            “(Denny) won the last race of the year at Homestead, was the quickest in practice by doing what he needed to do to get a quick lap in practice for sitting on the pole for this race tonight, then he wins tonight,” Busch said. “He’s on fire right now. He’s good, he’s fast, he’s ready.”

            The field consisted of 18 drivers – the 16 pole winners from the 2013 season and two past Sprint Unlimited winners who attempted to qualify for at least one Sprint Cup race last season.

            Fans controlled three details of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series non-points event. Their first vote separated the 75-lap race into three segments of 30, 25 and 20 laps, respectively. The second vote, which was to determine the starting lineup by final practice speeds – gave Denny Hamlin the pole with Jamie McMurray alongside of him. The third vote based the final segment restart order on a mandatory two-tire pit stop, with the first car off pit road the leader being Hamlin.

           Tony Stewart made his return to competition after suffering season-ending injuries last summer. Stewart, who is second to Dale Earnhardt Sr. on Daytona International Speedway’s all-time win list, did not get a chance to notch another victory at the “World Center of Racing” after he was involved in an incident early on in the second segment.

            Through Daytona Rewards, some lucky fans were able to partake in the events of the evening, winning opportunities like presenting The Sprint Unlimited trophy in Gatorade Victory Lane, serving as Grand Marshal and riding in the Grand Marshal car during the pace laps, attending the drivers’ meeting, serving as an honorary pit crew member and having their photo taken with the winning driver.

            Legendary television and radio journalist Larry King served as co-Grand Marshal of The Sprint Unlimited At Daytona alongside two race fans after his wife, singer Shawn King, performed the National Anthem.

           Grant Enfinger captured his first victory at Daytona International Speedway in Saturday night’s 80-lap Lucas Oil 200 Presented By MAVTV American Real.

            Enfinger, who rolled off second in his fourth start in the season-opener for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, first raced at Daytona in go karts with his dad. He has also raced on the 2.5-mile tri-oval in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, finishing 12th in 2012. Despite two wins in the ARCA Series in 2013, Enfinger was awaiting the win that would propel his career; he now has it.

             “This means everything to everybody,” Enfinger said of winning at the historic track. “Everybody knows Daytona, everybody knows this race. More than just personally and career-wise – which is great for me and for BCR (Racing) – we put ourselves on the map last year with a couple wins, but to (win) here, in front of everybody – the biggest crowd, the biggest spectator race we have all year – is just an incredible feeling.

            “This (win) is one of those things that hasn’t sunk in yet,” Enfinger continued. “I’m feeling it, but it hasn’t sunk in yet. It’s just incredible. I wish my family could have been here because this is something we’ve dreamed of for a long time.”

            Finishing second and tallying his ninth top-five finish in 23 starts in the kick-off race to Budweiser Speedweeks 2014, was 10-time ARCA Series champion Frank Kimmel, who despite his career accolades, has yet to visit Gatorade Victory Lane at Daytona. Following Kimmel across the finish line was Martinsville Speedway president Clay Campbell, Tom Hessert and top-finishing rookie Tyler Reddick.

            There were also some familiar last names participating in the race. Chase Elliott, son of 11-time Daytona winner and owner of the fastest qualifying speed in a stock car at DIS, Bill Elliott, stayed near the front of the pack for the majority of the race and finished ninth. Jeb Burton, son of DAYTONA 500 champion Ward Burton, finished 29th and Justin Allison, grandson of Donnie Allison and great-nephew of Bobby Allison, finished 36th.

            Tickets for NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious race – the 56th annual DAYTONA 500 on Sunday, Feb. 23 – start at $65 and are available at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP.

            Fans can follow NASCAR on Twitter (@NASCAR) and stay up to speed on the latest news by using hashtags #NASCAR, #DAYTONA500 and #ROADTODAYTONA.  Stay connected with Daytona International Speedway on TwitterFacebookInstagram and Pinterest for the latest news all season long.  Fans can also follow the latest on DAYTONA Rising, the $400 million frontstretch renovation at the “World Center of Racing” by using #DAYTONARising on Twitter or visiting www.daytonarising.com.

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