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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Marcus A. Smith
School-by-school list of football signings announced Wednesday by Texas' FBS schools:
Charlotte Motor Speedway officials are changing the schedule for the 30th annual Sprint Cup All-Star Race weekend in May.
Bruton Smith boasted about the largest crowd to attend a NASCAR race this season: More than 100,000 fans filled Kentucky Speedway in its inaugural Sprint Cup Series event.
The marketing department at Charlotte Motor Speedway wasted no time in trying to capitalize on the feud between Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick, celebrating the drivers' spat in an advertisement for Saturday night's All-Star race.
Speedway President Marcus Smith said Tuesday that the Sprint Showdown qualifying race will move to Friday night, May 16 - the night before the popular All-Star Race.
"Come Saturday, what we wanted to see is everybody that is competing for that All-Star trophy," Smith said. "There won't be any confusion over why is my driver on the track, or not. Now everybody racing on Saturday will be competing for the Sprint All-Star race trophy and the million bucks."