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Old Yesterday, 19:01 (Ref:4142909)   #31
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Good crowd showed up for the Main. Nobody was there for the heat races (i.e. no real fans). Many people have said they should stick $500k into a new local track each year and race there (new one every year), anything 1/3 mile and larger. Same format, I think it would work better.
You would find most of those tracks would NASCAR to p1ss off with that idea. The requirements for a single event would destroy them. Ask all the old dirt tracks from Va to New Hampshire how well chasing the touring series went in the early 90s. Oh, you'll have to find the old owners cause they're mostly bankrupt and closed. Those who have survived have been VERY selective about events and series
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You would find most of those tracks would NASCAR to p1ss off with that idea. The requirements for a single event would destroy them. Ask all the old dirt tracks from Va to New Hampshire how well chasing the touring series went in the early 90s. Oh, you'll have to find the old owners cause they're mostly bankrupt and closed. Those who have survived have been VERY selective about events and series

You misunderstood me. It cost NASCAR over $1MM to build this track (annually, since they had to entire remove it after 2022, then build it again, likely at some savings). If they took half that cost and provided it to local tracks in markets NASCAR wants to be at, it would benefit the market for years in the future (note - local track pays nothing). Just an idea...
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Same thought still holds, most of the locals don't want that. They want autonomy and NASCAR would never be ok with here's money, you spend it.

The biggest one, Senoia, by me took out more stands for drive in seating and was looking at tiers for it. They don't want seats, they want families. But they also charge more for their big event than Road Atlanta does for Petit. And many of the smaller asphalts closed, the dirt tracks are the winners and honestly a better show. Cup was bad enough at Bristol on dirt, flat track and smaller on dirt?? No thanks
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