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NASCAR Returns to Its Roots of Dirt Racing at Eldora Speedway

NASCAR racing was born on the dirt tracks scattered around the south. The evolution of the sport took it to concrete and asphalt surfaces, but today it was announced that NASCAR is returning to dirt racing Tony Stewart, NASCAR champion, team owner and driver, and Steve O'Donnell, NASCAR Senior Vice President of Racing Operations, announced from Las Vegas that the Truck Series would race at Eldora Speedway. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will race at the .5-mile dirt track owned by three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Stewart on July 24. Stewart stated, "It has been one of the hardest things not to talk about I think in my entire racing career." He continued, "I've always joked around and people say, What would you do ...

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