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As popularity, and seating, wane, NASCAR explores capacity to change
As popularity, and seating, wane, NASCAR explores capacity to change

The largest operator of NASCAR race tracks might not be done removing grandstand seats at its 13 speedways due to the decline in NASCAR's popularity, the company's chief executive said. International Speedway Corp., whose tracks include Daytona International Speedway and Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, already has slashed the number of seats at its venues — in some cases by up to 46% — in the last 18 months. ISC Chief Executive Lesa France Kennedy, in an interview with The Times, was asked whether ISC might not be done cutting back. "Maybe not," she replied. "We'll see how that goes. "I think that over time that there will be" more...

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