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SBD/June 15, 2011/Facilities
Michigan Int'l Speedway Ready To Unveil Changes For NASCAR Weekend
Published June 15, 2011
STOP LIGHT: Kentucky "plans to speed traffic toward the inaugural Sprint Cup race in the state by stopping a half-dozen construction projects along Interstate 71/75 during the weeks around the race." The July 9 Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway is "on the tail end of the high-traffic July 4 holiday travel weekend." Kentucky Transportation Cabinet spokesperson Nancy Wood said that "nearly all the work being done as part of the $91 million Revive the Drive-NKY project will be halted from June 30-July 12" (AP, 6/12).