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By Luis Torres, Staff Writer Will Ferrell’s “I’m not even mad. That’s amazing” and Lindsay Ellis’ “Thanks, I hate it!” If there’s ever been a moment in NASCAR where those two quotes works like fine wine, Tuesday’s shocking development of NASCAR submitting a plan of converting Auto Club Speedway from a 2-mile circuit to a banked half-mile short track is it. When I woke up at 10 a.m. PT to open Twitter, I couldn’t believe what I was reading from The Athletic’s Jeff Gluck and Jordan Bianchi. Fontana might become aRead More
By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor The last few years have been rough for race fans who have traveled to Texas Motor Speedway as rain has halted on track activity numerous times. Over the last several years the pavement at the 1.5-mile speedway has become weather beaten and it had began eroding. The track also began trapping rain water below the surface which made drying the track during a rain delay nearly impossible. It was announced during a teleconference on Friday by track president Eddie Gossage that starting this Monday, theRead More