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NASCAR Cup: Martinsville Speedway lights up

By AMANDA VINCENT Officials at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway announced Wednesday that the oldest track on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit would be illuminated in 2017. Construction is scheduled to begin on Oct. 31, the day after the next Sprint Cup Series race at the track, to add 14 poles to support LED lighting in time [...]
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