Speedy First Aid News Briefs: March 29, 2017
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News Briefs For Tuesday, March 29, 2017…
- Atlanta Motor Speedway to Delay Repave Until 2018
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. broke the news on social media, and it was confirmed by Atalanta Motor Speedway today, that AMS has decided to delay a repave of the track’s surface until 2018.The track was scheduled to undergo repaving before this fall’s event. After industry wide requests to keep the current surface, Officials decided to hold off until absolutely necessary. Track President Ed Clark says although the news is good, everyone needs to understand that a repave is imminent due to the age of the current surface.
- Enzo Ferrari’s Body Saved From Ransom Plot
Italian authorities confirmed Tuesday, that a plot had been thwarted to exhume Enzo Ferrari’s remains for a ransom. The group of 30 plus criminals was caught in Sardina.
- Sabates Hopes to Return to Track Soon
Minority owner in Chip Ganassi Racing says he was in a coma last year for 29 days. Sabates says his health is at 95 percent, and he hopes to return at either Richmond or Texas Motor Speedway.
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