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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - International Speedway Corp.
Daytona International Speedway just completed one project and is about to start another.
Daytona International Speedway is getting another facelift, this one considerably bigger than the last.
Watkins Glen International has signed a multi-year deal with Cheez-It crackers to sponsor the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at the Finger Lakes track.
In quiet moments _ and there aren't many in the world of auto racing _ Michael Printup often marvels at this juncture of his professional life: a Seneca Indian overseeing a historic race track by the shores of Seneca Lake.
Lesa France Kennedy strode through the Art Deco-inspired lobby, past rows of blinking slots machines and spinning roulette wheels, her eyes trying to take in the homage to old Hollywood.
The IndyCar series is returning to the historic Milwaukee Mile and series officials are hoping a new event promoter can succeed after past efforts led to sagging attendance and unpaid bills.
NASCAR appears ready to give its 2011 Sprint Cup schedule a facelift.