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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.
Martinsville Speedway proved once again in 2014 it has a mighty big heart when it comes to its neighbors.
Martinsville Speedway has announced a new fan-loyalty program that rewards ticket renewal customers with exclusive benefits and allows them to show off their pride in being one of Martinsville Speedway’s most loyal fans.
Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell announced today that Matthew Brannock has been promoted to Vice President, Operations.
Work has begun on the demolition of an existing restroom facility and the construction of a new one in the second-turn area of Martinsville Speedway.
Matt McCall will have a different view for the STP 500 than what he’s accustomed to at Martinsville Speedway.
When Ryan Newman visited Martinsville High School as part of NASCAR’s Chase Across America tour, he found himself 16th in points and an underdog in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.