Gordon To Highlight Fall Green Flag Experience
Love of the Music Has Kept Tams Going Strong
Martinsville Speedway Hosts Relay For Life
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The United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Band (TRADOC) Herald Trumpets will perform a traditional version of the National Anthem prior to the start of Sunday’s STP 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway.
It is a springtime ritual for Timothy Forest, Catherine Taylor and David Laing: Make the 50-mile drive south from Roanoke and set up their tents in a far corner of the Martinsville Speedway campground.
As if Kevin Harvick didn’t need any more ammunition to fuel his early-season hot streak, he’s got the STP 500 and Martinsville Speedway lined up in his sights next week. He couldn’t be happier.
Martinsville Speedway and Grand Home Furnishings, two companies with long and storied histories and deep Virginia roots, are continuing their long-standing relationship.
Martinsville Speedway isn’t the type of race track that is kind to rookies. It’s technical. It’s physical. And it can be frustrating.
Numbers don’t lie, especially when it comes to the racing excitement at Martinsville Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson has an amazing track record at Martinsville Speedway … eight Sprint Cup wins, enough wins to be the favorite every time NASCAR’s big boys roll into town. But Wednesday Johnson was pushed to the limit at the historic half-mile oval … by a fourth grader.
Kevin Harvick is in the midst of a successful West Coast swing with a win Sunday, but he readily admits he’ll be happy when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series comes back East for the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway on March 29.
The STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway is still three weeks away, but for a couple of nights this week the spirit of racing filled the area.
Some of the biggest names in racing, past and present, will headline the Green Flag Experience prior to Sunday's STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway.