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CEDAR LAKE TRACK FACTS


-NASCAR-sanctioned weekly dirt track located in Wisconsin.
-Also features an indoor arena. 

 

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CHEMUNG TRACK FACTS


-Opened in 1951 as a 1/4-mile dirt track.
-Track was closed from 1978-1999.
-Track reopened in 2000. 

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MADISON TRACK FACTS


-Has both a 1/2-mile and 1/4-mile track.
-Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth won the track title at Madison in 1994.

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SALINA TRACK FACTS


-Opened in 1992.
-Fastest speedway in Oklahoma.
-22 degrees of banking in the turns and 12 degree banking on the straightaways.
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BERLIN TRACK FACTS

Berlin Raceway is a 7/16 mile long paved oval race track in Marne, Michigan, near Grand Rapids. It opened in 1950 as a half mile dirt track. Berlin's current track record is 12.765 seconds at 123.24 mph, set by Brian Gerster on 6/13/2015 in a winged sprint car.  Randy Sweet also set the all time quickest lap in his tricked out "Rocket Car" on 6/22/1985 with a time of 12.573 seconds at 125.26 mph.

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ELKO TRACK FACTS


-Elko Speedway has been thrilling fans since its opening in the summer of 1965.
-The track is a banked 3/8-mile asphalt oval, and also features an inner short oval and crossing X.
-In 1987 Elko joined the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.
-Elko Speedway has hosted the ARCA Racing Series as well as the ARCA Midwest Tour.
-Elko Speedway is famously known for its Eve of Destruction events with combined NASCAR racing.

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CHAMPION'S PROFILE: Bowling Rolls To Title

By Adam Fenwick, Special to NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Fourteen. That was the amount of races that Matt Bowling originally intended to run in 2016.

He had no plans of chasing the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series National championship and by no means expected to run nearly 50 races at eight different race tracks in four states.

Sometimes, however, plans change for the better.

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