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SBD/February 25, 2013/Facilities
Daytona Renovations Could Be Altered To Include Sturdier Fences Following Crash
Published February 25, 2013
KANSAS FEELS GOOD WITH STATUS QUO: In K.C., Randy Covitz notes in 12 years of NASCAR racing at Kansas Speedway, no car "has ever gone airborne." Kansas Speedway President Pat Warren said, "You can’t ever say never in a situation like that, but because it’s never happened, I’m pretty confident that our place, just because of the differences between the two tracks, we’re probably okay. But, you never know." Daytona is a 2.5-mile superspeedway while the tri-oval at Kansas measures just 1.5 miles (K.C. STAR, 2/25).