Monday, December 10, 2012

New Record Speedway In Lights Weekend
In case you didn't experience the traffic on the south side of Bristol,Tn Friday, Saturday, and Sunday it was very noticeable. Bristol Motor Speedway spokesperson Lori Worley says the 16 year attendance record was broken and "Speedway in Lights" continues to run smoothly. Over 20 thousand vehicles toured "Speedway in Lights" to set a new record this past weekend for the 4 mile trek through fatasy. The new traffic scheme utilizing State Route 394 at the Thunder Valley entrance seems to have made the traffic flow much smoother and safer. All of the cash earned from the Christmas lights drive-thru goes directly to the Bristol Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities. Don't forget to utilize Chill Hill for exciting downhill sliding action and ice-skating at the Johnson Controls Ice-Skating Rink. All are located on the Bristol Motor Speedway Campus.(CS)

Saturday, April 25, 2015

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