August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/5/2009, Issue 1352, p12
The article reports on several developments related to automobile racing that have taken place in Australia. After Kentucky Speedway had severe drainage issues during its IndyCar Series, track owner Bruton Smith said that more than 3 million dollars will be invested to fix the problem. Matt Kenseth's Sprint Cup team is replacing DeWalt Tools, which is leaving as the car's primary sponsor. The North Carolina track is expected to return to its original name, Charlotte Motor Speedway.


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