NASCAR's Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick want more funding devoted to grassroots racing at ISM Raceway
It turns out not everyone is thrilled that ISM Raceway is undergoing a $178 million transformation that likely will make its competitor and fan amenities second-best to only Daytona International Speedway.
Who? Try Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart.
Harvick and Stewart, both of whom have deep roots and passion for grassroots racing series, said they wish the former Phoenix International Raceway still hosted the Copper World Classic and K&N Series events. Harvick said he has spoken with track President Bryan Sperber and those races “aren't in the budget.”
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