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Indianapolis Raceway Park

Each season, Richmond International Raceway hosts two NASCAR Nextel Cup Series races, two NASCAR Busch Series races, a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race, an IRL IndyCar Series event, the Crown Royal IROC Series, a USAC Weld Racing Silver Crown Series event, and a USAC Valvoline National Sprint Car Series race. The .75-mile track at Richmond International Speedway has been reconfigured four times in its history and has transformed from a .5-mile dirt track to the popular asphalt track we know today.

Richmond International Raceway is the only track to hold all of its major events �under the lights.� It boasts a wide surface for side-by-side action and fast speeds. Driver skill plays an important part in races held at Richmond International Speedway.

Lee Petty won the first NASCAR �Grand National Division� race at Richmond International Speedway. Since that first race in Richmond in 1953, the track has undergone three name changes. Lights were added to the facility in 1991.

In 1960 �The King,� Richard Petty, competed in his first race at Richmond. He finished sixth and his father, Lee Petty, won the race. Included in the group in front of Petty were Ned Jarrett (third) and Glen Wood (fifth). On September 9, 1968, Richard Petty won the first race on the newly paved .625-mile track. The race was 187.5 miles (300 laps). Richard Petty holds the record of 13 wins at Richmond International Speedway.

Getting There and Getting Around

Shuttles may be taken from two locations in downtown Richmond off of I-95; 5th and Jackson Streets by the Richmond Coliseum and the parking deck at 5th and Marshall Street at the Richmond Centre Entrance. The shuttle service is free to and from the track, but there is a $5 charge for parking at those lots. Also, shuttles run regularly from the parking lot of the Azalea Flea Market at the intersection of Richmond-Henrico Turnpike/Meadowbridge Road and Azalea. Camping is offered on site but there may be a waiting list.

 
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