Gov. Steve Beshear got behind the wheel of this year's Quaker State 400 pace car, a Ford Escape made in Louisville, as the state and Kentucky Speedway on Monday touted improvements to avoid last year's traffic fiasco. The pace car was parked in the new 170-foot-long pedestrian tunnel between a parking area and the track.
Gov. Steve Beshear got behind the wheel of this year's Quaker State 400 pace car, a Ford Escape made in Louisville, as the state and Kentucky Speedway on Monday touted improvements to avoid last year's traffic fiasco. The pace car was parked in the new 170-foot-long pedestrian tunnel between a parking area and the track.
Gov. Steve Beshear got behind the wheel of this year's Quaker State 400 pace car, a Ford Escape made in Louisville, as the state and Kentucky Speedway on Monday touted improvements to avoid last year's traffic fiasco. The pace car was parked in the new 170-foot-long pedestrian tunnel between a parking area and the track.

Governor, Kentucky Speedway officials tout improvements at track

June 11, 2012 12:15 PM

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