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Articles tagged ‘SAFER Barriers’

Apr 25
Saturday

Brian France: Kyle Busch may have a path to the Chase

NASCAR Chairman Brian France addressed nearly 250 credentialed media and guests during the opening day of the Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour presented by Technocom. (Photo Credit: Charlotte Motor Speedway) RICHMOND, Va.— NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France couldn’t have been more emphatic when he met with the Associated Press Sports Editors on Thursday in New York City. Safety remains the sanctioning body’s number one priority, France said, and with that assertion came a ray of hope for Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch, who was sidelined at Daytona International Speedway in February after a crash that broke his right leg and left foot. Busch’s No. 54 Toyota slammed nose-first into a concrete wall unprotected by SAFER barriers during a NASCAR XFINITY Series race the day before the Daytona 500. Because Busch’s injuries resulted from what France considers a safety lapse, NASCAR will try to find a way to give Busch ... FULL STORY »

Bristol Motor Speedway Regarding the Additional Installation of SAFER Barrier Walls

Bristol Motor Speedway Logo Statement from Executive Vice President and General Manager of Bristol Motor Speedway, Jerry Caldwell, regarding the additional installation of SAFER barrier walls at Bristol Motor Speedway:  BRISTOL, TENN. (April 2, 2015) — “The safety of our fans and competitors continues to be a ... FULL STORY »

International Speedway Corporation Statement – Safety Initiatives

International Speeedway Corp. Logo Statement from International Speedway Corporation® (ISC) President John Saunders: “Beginning with our two superspeedway motorsports entertainment facilities, Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway, ISC is developing a significant plan for the installation of additional impact-absorbing technologies including but not limited to ... FULL STORY »



NASCAR Chairman Brian France addressed nearly 250 credentialed media and guests during the opening day of the Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour presented by Technocom. (Photo Credit: Charlotte Motor Speedway)
Brian France: Kyle Busch may have a path to the Chase
Posted 04.25.15
RICHMOND, Va.— NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France couldn’t have been more emphatic when he met with the Associated Press Sports Editors on Thursday in New York City. Safety remains the sanctioning body’s number one priority, France said, and with that assertion came a ray of hope for Joe Gibbs Racing ...FULL STORY »
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Bristol Motor Speedway Regarding the Additional Installation of SAFER Barrier Walls
Posted 04.02.15
Statement from Executive Vice President and General Manager of Bristol Motor Speedway, Jerry Caldwell, regarding the additional installation of SAFER barrier walls at Bristol Motor Speedway:  BRISTOL, TENN. (April 2, 2015) — “The safety of our fans and competitors continues to be a focal point for Bristol Motor Speedway,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive ...FULL STORY »
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International Speedway Corporation Statement – Safety Initiatives
Posted 02.24.15
Statement from International Speedway Corporation® (ISC) President John Saunders: “Beginning with our two superspeedway motorsports entertainment facilities, Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway, ISC is developing a significant plan for the installation of additional impact-absorbing technologies including but not limited to SAFER barriers (Steel and Foam Energy Reduction). We will utilize ...FULL STORY »


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