After 1970, the slag race will be held again this weekend in the NASCAR Cup series at the Bristol Racecourse in Tennessee.
In a large-scale event, about 17,500 cubic meters of high-quality Tennessee slag purchased from a 150-mile radius of the track was sprinkled on the asphalt of the Bristol Speedway.
The Bristol circuit also needs innovation, because a total of 55 races were held between 1982 and 2010, all of which took place. This means that only about 160,000 spectators, a small number of races, have gradually disappeared in the past ten years. . This is mainly due to the fact that the organizers of the NASCAR series of events have moved the race away from the usual time, and the unpredictable weather brought about by the high price of the hotel (snowing on the race weekend) has distracted more and more people From Bristol.
But now, the organizers take care of all the details, and they don’t even want to send the sample slag from different locations to California, and then give it to the scientist, farmer, and slag expert Ed Davis (Ed Davis). Salak (Dr. Dirt): Thank you for the red substance.