Sunday, March 28, 2010

USG Sheetrock 400 Chicagoland Speedway

USG Sheetrock 400 Chicagoland Speedway A jubilant Dale Eahardt Jr. broke with his first Nextel Cup victory of last year? S season, using one of two tires and the company of Matt Kenseth to win at Chicagoland Speedway. "I was afraid I was going to win this year," a relieved Eahardt said after smoking the tires on his Chevrolet No 8 and celebrating with his team on the field of grass. "Now we go out and do it again, to ea more." Kenseth led 176 of 267 laps, but wound up second after choosing to change four tires off his last stop in the USG Sheetrock 400. Eahardt, NASCAR's most popular driver, had a miserable season and most had little to smile, until it tus into third place a week before Daytona. He started at 25 and spent most of the day hovering near the end of the early 10th The proposed construction of a Superspeedway in the third largest market in the country has been rumors for years. NASCAR and Major League officials to punish the agencies have long maintained that the untapped market of Chicago is perhaps the most profitable of the country. Race to build a major highway in Windy City took its first step to becoming a reality during an informal meeting between Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Tony George and Bill France in late 1995. The Motorsports Alliance, consisting of George, France and the restructuring of origin magnate John Menard, was established in spring 1996 and immediately began to examine the sites of 'summer. The first attempt to start the project was to focus on a 500 acres of land at less than 30 miles from downtown Chicago, near the airport of DuPage County. Faced with the construction of a structure that will be able to host NASCAR and the Indy Racing League on a small parcel of land, the trio decided that the extremely high property prices would not fit properly in the budget. The Alliance has been contacted by several communities that are interested in the construction of the facility and even looked at sites up to the west of La Rochelle, before tuing attention to the small farming community of Plano, about 70 miles west of Chicago, in the autumn of 1997. Download the latest NASCAR odds are

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