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SBD/November 6, 2012/Facilities
Proposed C$400M Canadian Motor Speedway In Ontario Approved For Groundbreaking
Published November 6, 2012
NEW & IMPROVED: In Toronto, Norris McDonald noted the Castrol control/scoring tower at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park "was demolished" yesterday after "50 years of service." The tower was "removed in order to lengthen the pit lane for an anticipated NASCAR race in 2013." It was "about to become redundant in any event because a new corporate and media centre, plus offices, is under construction across the track on driver's left at turn ten" (THESTAR.com, 11/5).