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Topic - Joie Chitwood Iii
Football games at Daytona International Speedway?
Daytona International Speedway just completed one project and is about to start another.
The twin qualifying races for the Daytona 500 are moving to prime time.
NASCAR's marketing machine is already churning.
Daytona International Speedway is getting another repave.
The driver of the safety truck that exploded into flames during the Daytona 500 thanked NASCAR fans Tuesday night for their concern.
"They've played that rendition in the 2012 and 2013 Military Bowls," Chitwood said.
"Daytona Rising represents our commitment to delivering engaging and innovative ways for our partners to showcase their brand," track president Joie Chitwood III said. "We're proud to integrate Toyota into this historic project. Our fans and guests will now enjoy more exciting, innovative and engaging experiences from the moment they enter the new facility to the time they reach their seats and beyond."