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Exciting Format Set for Inaugural NASCAR Trucks Race at Eldora Speedway

More than two dozen drivers will be looking to get real dirty in order to clean up at the inaugural "Mudsummer Classic" at the Tony Stewart-owned Eldora Speedway in Rossville, Ohio on July 24.

NASCAR released the format for the Camping World Truck Series event on Tuesday morning, a format that goes deep into NASCAR's roots in terms of qualifying and racing in the first NASCAR national series race of any kind to be held on dirt in more than four decades.

NASCAR's last national touring series event held on dirt was on Sept. 30, 1970 in Raleigh, N.C., when Richard Petty won the Home State 200 at the one-mile State Fairgrounds Speedway.

"NASCAR and Eldora Speedway have collectively worked together to come up with a format t...

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