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Darlington Raceway Panoramic Picture

Darlington Raceway Panoramic Picture

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This aerial panorama of Darlington Raceway was taken by Christopher Gjevre during a scheduled NASCAR Nextel Cup race. Built on a piece of land that once produced peanuts and cotton in Darlington, South Carolina, Darlington Raceway is known as the track "Too Tough to Tame." From its first race on Labor Day 1950 until today, Darlington Raceway, now an ultra-modern facility, has maintained its feisty charm after more than a half-century of racing. This unique egg-shaped 1.366-mile track is still remembered as the original superspeedway and as one of the pillars of the NASCAR establishment.
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Darlington Raceway Panoramic Pictures

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Darlington Raceway is the site heralded by NASCAR fans as "The Track Too Tough to Tame." With one of the more unique designs in tracks, its oval, egg-like shape was built to avoid disrupting a minnnow pond at the far end of its configuration. Originally the site of peanut and cotton fields, this original NASCAR raceway has grown to become one of the most popular sites for auto racing in the nation.

While the minnow pond is long gone, Darlington Raceway continues to delight with its uniquely-shaped track accommodating over 58,000 spectators on race day. Measuring over 1.3 miles, the raceway is legendary for being one of the longer tracks in NASCAR racing and one of the first sites for high-speed auto racing in the United States. From the track's continued charm to its importance in auto racing, these NASCAR panoramas of Darlington Raceway are sure to please any fan of motorsports for years to come.

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