MLSE Proposes C$120M BMO Field Expansion County Wants More Of NHL Panthers' Revenue Verizon Makes IndyCar Sponsorship Official A's Look Forward To New Spring Training Digs Bradley Center Will Not Profit From Tourney NASCAR Ratings Still Sliding Despite Dale Jr. Reliant Stadium Could Get New Name Mayor Makes Demand Over Dolphins' Stadium Plan CU, Levy Restaurants Ink Concessions Deal Captain Morgan Exits Victory Field Sponsorship
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Published November 28, 1995
Among the features of the new Texas Motor Speedway is an "innovative" dual-banking design which will make the track "user- friendly" for both NASCAR and IndyCars. The Motor Speedway has not committed to either IndyCar or the IRL (John Sturbin, FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 11/28).... Hundreds of Detroit voters attended a public hearing last night with the City Council on the new plan to build a $235M ballpark. With the "advocates solidly outweighing the critics, stadium supporters believe the council is likely to approve the plan" (DETROIT NEWS, 11/28).