Homestead-Miami Speedway Suffers Minor Damage From Hurricane Irma, Will Be Ready for Championship Weekend

Most were nervous Hurricane Irma would greatly affect how the NASCAR playoffs were to be decided. With the strong Category 5 hurricane sitting out in the ocean, it was originally slated to have a direct impact on South Florida. That meant the Homestead-Miami Speedway, the site of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season finale, was in line for a direct impact. Luckily for them, the hurricane shifted slightly west and the winds weakened a bit. Unfortunately though, the track did…

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Atlanta Motor Speedway To Open Camp Grounds To Evacuees From Hurricane Irma for Free of Charge

Atlanta Motor Speedway will open its camping facilities free of charge to evacuees seeking temporary refuge from the approaching Hurricane Irma. The Speedway, which is equipped to handle thousands of campers during its annual NASCAR weekend, will open both RV and tent campgrounds to any interested evacuees beginning tomorrow, Sept. 7. Located adjacent to its unreserved campground, AMS will also open The Rinnai Shower Station camper bath house, allowing evacuees free access to hot showers and restroom facilities.

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