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Inside The Speedway Club is a mashup of fine dining and rowdy NASCAR enthusiasts. Located six stories above the 1.5-mile quad oval racetrack, the members only restaurant offers endless variety with a different menu every day.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 83 Issue 6, November 2015, p190-196, por, map Periodical Website
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After mills closed, jobs left, and in 2004 when the only NASCAR race left at the North Carolina Motor Speedway left, Rockingham, North Carolina seemed to wither. But an old racer bought the empty track at auction in 2007 and now the Rockingham Speedway combines the nostalgia of old NASCAR days with the modernity of the new NASCAR.
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Mooresville, founded by a local farmer in the 1850s, has experienced urban style and size growth. Contributions to its accelerated development came from families such as the Macks, whose century-plus contribution inspired the Charles Mack Citizen Center. Also attributing to the town’s growth was companies such as the NASCAR Technical Institute, Corvid Technologies, and Trump National Golf Club Charlotte.