NASCAR Power Rankings: The 10 Tracks You Have to Visit Before You Die

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NASCAR Power Rankings: The 10 Tracks You Have to Visit Before You Die
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The 2003 Darlington finish was a classic finish at a classic track.

NASCAR features some of the most diverse speedways in the country.  Whether it is Martinsville Speedway's tight turns with concrete curbs or it is Talladega Superspeedway with 43 cars racing inches apart. NASCAR speedways are all unique.

Even the mile and a half intermediate tracks have their own personality.  Some tracks are known for their amenities and others are known for their history.  They are all special in their own way but the following 10 tracks are the best of the best.

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