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NAASCAR Kentucky 2011: Track Officials Rushing to Apologize for Race Day Debacle

NASCAR's 2011 Kentucky Stop Will Be Remembered For One Thing: TrafficWhen you are talking about a race, it is never a good sign that the first thing that comes to mind is slow moving traffic. That is the exact opposite of what you want people talking about. And while the cars in the race at the Quaker State 400 were free to race at high speeds, it was the people getting there that struggled.Attendees for the race were stuck in traffic for upwards of six hours. It caused many of them to miss big chunks of the race. And now people involved over the race are falling over themselves trying to apologize.Track general manager Mark Simendinger released this statement:To those fans that were not able to attend the Quaker State 400, we offer our si...

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