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6:10 pm
Wed September 3, 2014

Attention NASCAR Fans: XFINITY To Replace Nationwide Series

NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France says he likes Comcast because it's an innovative company.
Tasnim Shamma

The second-biggest series in NASCAR – the Nationwide Series  – will now be called the NASCAR XFINITY series. NASCAR announced Wednesday at the NASCAR Hall of Fame that Comcast Cable's XFINITY internet service will be the title sponsor for the series for the next 10 years.


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Local News
9:42 am
Tue January 8, 2013

NASCAR Hall of Fame Showing Signs Of Life

The NASCAR Hall of Fame opened to the public in May 2010. It is owned by the City of Charlotte and operated by the CRVA.
Credit ©Sean Busher and NASCAR Hall of Fame

Since the NASCAR Hall of Fame opened in 2010 it has fallen far short of attendance projections and had annual deficits of more than a million dollars. But now, for the first time, CRVA CEO Tom Murray says the Hall of Fame is ahead in something. 

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NASCAR Hall of Fame Update
12:00 pm
Mon January 9, 2006

NASCAR Hall of Fame Update

(1/9/06) NASCAR announced Thursday that two cities it had previously considered for its new hall of fame, have been eliminated from the selection process. That leaves Charlotte, Atlanta and Daytona as the three finalists. WFAE's Scott Graf spoke with the NASCAR beat writer for the Charlotte Observer, David Poole.