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Phoenix International Raceway Panoramic Picture

Phoenix International Raceway Panoramic Picture

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This aerial panorama of Phoenix International Raceway was taken by James Blakeway during a NASCAR Nextel Cup race. Carved out of the foothills of the Estrella Mountains, Phoenix International Raceway opened in 1964 and is home to two NASCAR Nextel Cup events as well as the Grand American Road Racing Series. The NASCAR Nextel Cup Series race came to the Phoenix International Raceway in 1988. The one-mile oval track recently increased the seating capacity in the Bobby Allison Grandstands, giving shade to the lower-level grandstand between turn one and two as well as providing shade for the drivers while the sun sets in the western sky.
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Phoenix International Raceway Panoramic Pictures

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As one of thirteen facilities on the NASCAR schedule to host multiple events throughout the year, these Phoenix International Raceway panoramic pictures make a popular gift for any fan of auto racing and is one of the most popular event sites in the Southwest United States. Completed in 1964, the facility is one of the oldest still-running tracks in NASCAR. Seating for over 67,000 spectators can be seen in Phoenix International Raceway panoramas, making it one of the most popular sports venues in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

As one of the few NASCAR tracks with nighttime races, Phoenix International Raceway has proven a popular sports arena when avoiding the Southwest heat. The addition of night lighting permitted extra races throughout the year, which pushed the facility to grow to draw nearly $500 million annually into the Arizona economy. Exciting new panoramic photography of Phoenix International Raceway captures all the excitement of one of the Southwest's most beautiful race locations that has grown to international popularity. Get an aerial view of one of the gems of the Arizonan desert by taking home a Phoenix International Raceway panorama today.

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