AutoWeek's Editioral Position on Dover Downs was a telltale sign that Dover shouldn't be in Cup Anymore
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There has been 1 Other Time I can recall AutoWeek having to take the editorial High Road about a Track's Future and that was Sanneair Years Ago. But, I think Dover had fell off course when Christopher Pook tried to rah rah Long Beach over Dover and that nearly ended Long Beach, CART and Dover Downs prematurely.
I doubt, too, that Pocono should not be in Cup or IndyCar due to a myriad of Security Issues. I doubt it is funny and I doubt The First State has any defense to keep One or Both Sprint Cup Weekends.
I'm sorry, Concrete Popping Up speaks louder over Dover's Future. I think what isn't so sweet is there's no way to repair the Monster Mile long term with the empty volume of people and the Gambling Industry being overdone from Coast to Coast.
Obviously, the disrepute can't be fixed and Nashville Superspeedway's Sale makes me wonder, that later on, I would have a New Tennessee State Fairgrounds to start a New Stock Car Short Track and I don't want Funny Money or the continued changes in ownership like Texas World to start all over again and I think Sprint Cup Points Races next year are going to be 34 or 35 Points Races with No Sprint Unlimited or All Star Race.-IndyMyIndy
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