The Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway May Not Pass
Until the courts decide, Nashville’s appointees will remain recognized by the FAA for the board of the Airport Authority. The NHL takes over downtown Nashville this week as it throws massive block parties ahead of its award ceremony and draft. Plus, with momentum shifting to NASCAR this week in Nashville, will this be enough to show Nashville’s Metro Council to upgrade the Fairgrounds Speedway?
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