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Racing is a sprawling, coast-to-coast enterprise contested daily at dozens of racetracks, but the sport’s mainstream appeal rests with the emergence of greatness.
After inspection, racers can then take as many practice runs down the hill to familiarize themselves with the condition of the racetrack.
Last year the University of Tennessee and Virginia Tech University played a football game at a NASCAR racetrack in Bristol, Tennessee, and drew a record 153,000 fans.
Eight-to 10,0000 participants are expected again at the Road America racetrack in Elkhart Lake over Sept. 9-10 weekend.
For the greyhounds running at Florida's dozen racetracks, a trip to the winner's circle also means a urine test.
The hill-climb course wasn’t conceived as a racetrack.
But New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wants to authorize gambling on sports at his state’s racetracks and Atlantic City casinos and argues PASPA unfairly blocks him from doing so.
On a recent Saturday, dozens of people lined up against the racetrack to watch the mini cars — about one-16th to one-10th the size of a full-sized vehicle — attempt to complete the course.
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