Fans surged around the main gate before the race got under way. The enthusiasm was mirrored on the roads, where congestion had set in well before 11 a.m., despite the fact that the race was not scheduled to start for more than eight hours.
Fans surged around the main gate before the race got under way. The enthusiasm was mirrored on the roads, where congestion had set in well before 11 a.m., despite the fact that the race was not scheduled to start for more than eight hours.
Fans surged around the main gate before the race got under way. The enthusiasm was mirrored on the roads, where congestion had set in well before 11 a.m., despite the fact that the race was not scheduled to start for more than eight hours.

Mark Story: Kentucky's first Sprint Cup race huge in ways both good and bad

July 10, 2011 12:00 AM

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