- Louisville Motor Speedway
Louisville Motor Speedway was a 3/8-mile
race tracklocated in Louisville, Kentucky. The track hosted NASCAR Craftsman Truck Seriesraces from 1996 to 1999. The track was closed and demolished shortly after Kentucky Speedwayopened.
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