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Michigan Int'l Speedway President Roger Curtis Out, Unclear On Plans Moving Forward

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 31 / 16

Int'l Speedway Corp. yesterday announced that Michigan Int’l Speedway President ROGER CURTIS is leaving the role, effective immediately, a few days after the track finished out its second and final NASCAR Sprint Cup event of the year. Curtis had been at MIS for a decade. There was no mention...

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