NASCAR Expansion: Top 15 Cities or Tracks That Should Host a Sprint Cup Race

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NASCAR Expansion: Top 15 Cities or Tracks That Should Host a Sprint Cup Race
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The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup season is three races old. Thus far, television ratings have been up for all three events. That certainly provides some optimism that maybe the sport is getting stronger, and new fans are coming on board with the product.

Another opportunity for NASCAR to increase its fanbase would be to run the top series on some different tracks. The general consensus is that certain tracks like Pocono and New Hampshire have no business hosting two events, as generally the racing is not that exciting.

So where could the series move to if NASCAR was seriously looking to put some new venues on the schedule? I have come up with a list of 15 places. I am in no way suggesting that if NASCAR went to these places they would have success; this is merely an opinion.

Also, keep in mind that I am not familiar with every race track in the country. So, in some instances, I have just listed a city that I think would benefit from having NASCAR there. This is purely a hypothetical piece.

In no particular order, here are the places that it may be fun to see NASCAR expand to.

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