Roger Whittworth, left, with Richard Petty Driving Experience, and James Mullins, with Lexington parks and recreation, unloaded a NASCAR car for a news conference at Cheapside Park in Lexington Tuesday. Valvoline is a sponsor of Spotlight Lexington, the downtown festival planned during the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
Roger Whittworth, left, with Richard Petty Driving Experience, and James Mullins, with Lexington parks and recreation, unloaded a NASCAR car for a news conference at Cheapside Park in Lexington Tuesday. Valvoline is a sponsor of Spotlight Lexington, the downtown festival planned during the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
Roger Whittworth, left, with Richard Petty Driving Experience, and James Mullins, with Lexington parks and recreation, unloaded a NASCAR car for a news conference at Cheapside Park in Lexington Tuesday. Valvoline is a sponsor of Spotlight Lexington, the downtown festival planned during the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

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