|This aerial photograph of Lowe's Motor Speedway was taken by James Blakeway during a NASCAR Nextel Cup race. Located in Concord, North Carolina, this 1.5-mile track was built in 1959 on land that was once the site of a working plantation during the Civil War. The first World 600 was run on June 19, 1960. Today, it boasts 167,000 seats and 113 suites, as well as being the first sports facility in America to offer 52 condominiums high above turn one. Lowe's Motor Speedway was also the first track to host night racing with its revolutionary lighting system that uses mirrors to simulate daylight without glare, shadows or obtrusive light poles. |
Paper measures 13 ˝ x 40 inches and is grade "A", pH neutral, heavy art stock and is printed with UV resistent ink. Image size does vary.
Framed prints are mounted and backed by a foam core and framed in the most popular neilson brand glossy black frame. See inset for frame image.
Paper measures 13 ˝ x 40 inches. We use grade "A", pH neutral, heavy art stock. UV resistant ink. Image sizes vary.
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