Darlington Raceway Panoramic Pictures
NASCAR aerial panoramic pictures of Darlington Raceway showcase what has been nicknamed by fans as "The Track Too Tough to Tame." With one of the more unique designs in racetracks, Darlington Raceway has an oval, egg-like shape built to avoid disrupting a minnow pond at the far end of its configuration. While the track was originally the site of peanut and cotton fields, it has grown to become one of the most popular sites in NASCAR racing and is acclaimed as one of the original raceways in U.S. motorsports.
While the original minnow pond is long gone, Darlington Raceway panoramas continue to show detail of the uniquely-shaped track that holds as many as 75,000 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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