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When the Sprint Cup Series returns to Martinsville Speedway for the STP 500 on March 29, Chad Johnston is optimistic his team will have fully adjusted to the new technology NASCAR is using to monitor pit road.
February is almost over, so it's time to March toward the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway. The NASCAR Sprint Cup stars will be returning from a long west-coast swing for the first short-track race of the season, the STP 500 on March 29.
Race fans will be in for a show before the green flag is dropped for the STP 500 as the Bandit Flight Team will conduct a six-plane flyover prior to the race on March 29.
In an effort to give fans even more flexibility when it comes purchasing tickets for the STP 500, the Martinsville Speedway ticket office is extending its hours.
Elijah Booher and Dale Earnhardt Jr. have something in common: both are Martinsville Speedway winners.
Martinsville Speedway’s prestigious Late Model Stock Car race has a new name, but the same enthusiastic sponsor.
NASCAR fans want access to the biggest names in the sport and Martinsville Speedway is doing its part to ensure that happens. First it was Dale Jr., now it’s Jimmie Johnson.
Chase Elliott will take the first laps in his NASCAR Sprint Cup career at Martinsville Speedway in the STP 500 March 29.
For Mike Smith the role of Director of Public Relations at Martinsville Speedway is one in which he always goes the extra mile to ensure everyone, from fans to media, leaves the track having a positive experience. His hard work does not go unnoticed.
The last time Dale Earnhardt Jr. visited Martinsville Speedway he found himself in Victory Lane, taking home his first grandfather clock trophy.