Concord Speedway To Run Specials Only

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CONCORD, N.C. — Concord Speedway’s half-mile asphalt track will no longer operate on a weekly basis in 2013.

The half-mile track will only host special events and touring series races in 2013. The facility will continue to be available for private testing, driving schools and television commercial production. Sanctioned weekly racing has been declining for several seasons with no significant improvements on the horizon.

However, track management will continue to monitor the economic conditions to determine if there is a viable opportunity to return to a weekly racing program in 2014.

The quarter-mile track will continue to host Legend Car, Bandolero and Davis SRL Series weekly racing. The track has enjoyed tremendous success recently and is excited about expanding the number of events for 2013. With high car counts and a ticket price of only $7, it is a great place to enjoy some short track racing.

 

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