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Daytona International Speedway sustains ‘moderate damage’ from Hurricane Matthew

The devastating hurricane inflicted damage to NASCAR’s marquee track. Daytona International Speedway did not escape the path of destruction wrought by Hurricane Matthew, which struck Daytona Beach, Fla., early Friday morning. The facility track suffered "moderate damage," and contrary to public reports no flooding, it said in a statement Friday night. The track is located roughly four miles from the Atlantic Ocean.
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