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Four Medal of Honor Recipients to be Honored During Coke Zero 400 Weekend Powered By Coca-Cola

This is the sixth consecutive year that the Speedway has honored Congressional Medal of Honor recipients. The program actually started back in the 1970s by Bill France Sr.

 

Earnhardt inducted to the NASCAR Hall of Fame

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Newest NASCAR Hall of Fame Member to appear in the Pit Road Box Seats Nov. 22

Great seats available for the Pit Road Box Seats during Ford Championship Weekend Nov 20-22 and a chance to meet Richard Petty

 

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Bill Moss, Who Helped Bill France Sr. Build TSS, Passes Away at 81

William (Bill) W. Moss, whose engineering and construction company (Moss-Thornton Company) was instrumental in assisting William H.G. France in the creation of Talladega Superspeedway in 1969, passed away this past Saturday. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, Jan. 18 at Canterbury Methodist Church in Birmingham, AL for the 81 year-old.

Related Topics: Talladega Superspeedway, International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum

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Archives Access - June 2016

See what's new at the ISC Archives and Research Center

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IMSA Co Founder John Bishop Passes Away at Age 87

SportsCar racing legend John BIshop died Thursday due to complications from an illness.

 

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Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell is the receipent of the 2015 Buddy Shuman Award.

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Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell Receives Buddy Shuman Award

Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell was honored as the prestigious 2015 NASCAR Buddy Shuman Award recipient at the annual NMPA Myers Brothers Awards Luncheon in Las Vegas.

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All Five NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductees Boast Strong Ties To Daytona International Speedway

The first five members of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, which include three Daytona 500 champions, have strong ties to Daytona International Speedway.

Related Topics: Robin Braig, Richard Petty, Junior Johnson, Dale Earnhardt

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