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Topic - Kentucky Speedway
Kentucky Speedway is a 1.5 mile (2.4 km) tri-oval speedway in Sparta, Kentucky which has hosted ARCA, NASCAR and Indy Racing League racing annually since it opened in 2000. The track is currently owned and operated by Speedway Motorsports, Inc. and Jerry Carroll, who, along with four other investors, owned Kentucky Speedway until 2008. The speedway has a grandstand capacity of 107,000. - Source: Wikipedia
Sam Hornish Jr. and Austin Dillon like where they are in more ways than one.
The ARCA series' 150-mile race at Kentucky Speedway has been postponed because of rain that washed out qualifying.
Neither father nor son can remember a time when Chase Elliott wanted to be anything other than a race car driver.
A race that was Jimmie Johnson's to lose ultimately became Kenseth's series-high fourth victory of the season even though he passed on getting new tires following the race's ninth caution.
Rain Saturday night forced NASCAR to postpone the Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway until Sunday.
Mark Jacobs and Lorin Rainer arrived to work the NASCAR race at Kentucky Speedway more energized than usual.
Rain kept Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari from driving the (fast) lane before Saturday night's NASCAR race.
The only thing threatening to keep Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari from driving the (fast) lane before Saturday night's NASCAR race was rain.
Brad Keselowski took his final lead on the 156th lap and went on to a rain-shortened victory Friday night in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Jeff Gordon hopes that crossing the last track off his to-win list can help him gain ground in the Chase standings.
Time might heal all wounds, which doesn't mean Kyle Busch still isn't sore over how badly things ended for him Sunday in the road race at Sonoma, Calif.
The defending Sprint Cup champion is winless through the first 16 races of the season, and he's clinging to a spot inside the top-10 in points.
Kentucky Speedway is hot and bumpy, and Brad Keselowski can't wait to race.
Bobby Labonte's consecutive start streak will come to an end at 704 races.
Jeb Burton and Chase Elliott could have saved a stamp.