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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).