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  • htrdharley
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    John Force Racing,
    498 Southpoint Cir, Brownsburg, IN 46112

    Don Schumacher Racing,
    1681 E Northfield Dr # A, Brownsburg, IN 46112

    SRI Performance Parts,
    451 Southpoint Circle
    Brownsburg, Indiana 46112

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  • htrdharley
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    https://www.indianapolismotorspeedwa...e-track/museum

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  • 70chevyC-10
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    For country music fans...
    Bristol, TN is the birthplace of Tennessee Ernie Ford. His house is a local landmark.
    https://www.bristolhistoricalassocia...ernieford.html
    my folks loved him

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  • a_d_a_m
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    For country music fans...
    Bristol, TN is the birthplace of Tennessee Ernie Ford. His house is a local landmark.
    https://www.bristolhistoricalassocia...ernieford.html

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  • F100
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    Blackstone Labs (Used oil analysis) is in FT Wayne if any one is interested. I had considered asking them if they might offer a tour and some parking space for a get together...

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  • JRoberts
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    Of course I do not know the official route, but if it goes anywhere near Dayton, Ohio a visit to the Packard Museum is well worth the time.

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  • papasmurf587
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    Perfect for some indoor short tracking!
    I totally agree. #87

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  • a_d_a_m
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    Concord, NC is nearby enough to Team Penske, home of the most recent NASCAR champ...

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  • htrdharley
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    Richard Childress Racing Museum

    https://www.rcrracing.com/rcr-museum/

    They are closed Sunday, but open on Saturday for a few hours.

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  • JRoberts
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    This may be slightly off the route, but a cool stop if you can make it: https://www.ncparks.gov/pilot-mountain-state-park

    Really great view

    Close by is Mt. Airy ( the real life Mayberry ) and the town of Pilot Mountain. Both of these are hot rod friendly towns, with a cruise in the 1st Saturday of the month ( Pilot MTN. ) and the 3rd Saturday of the month ( Mt. Airy ).




    Great barbecue at Little Richard's in Mt. Airy. There is some beautiful countryside in this part of the world. Can't wait to be driving through it again.

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  • cstmwgn
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    Well...wide open...this is what it looked like about 2 months ago....Click image for larger version

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    Perfect for some indoor short tracking!

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  • Richard454
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    it is already open maybe not officially but I was there this summer
    Well...wide open...this is what it looked like about 2 months ago....Click image for larger version

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  • a_d_a_m
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    Not yet.

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  • Anthony
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    Do we know the actual route it will take yet?

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  • a_d_a_m
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    This may be slightly off the route, but a cool stop if you can make it: https://www.ncparks.gov/pilot-mountain-state-park
    Very cool! And could very well be on the route....Concord to Martinsville is so short, they're going to have to add length on that day!

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