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The Subway 500 is a NASCAR favorite held each year at the Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. Beginning with the 2007 racing season and carrying through to the new 2008 season, the Subway 500 will be carried on the ABC network. Most traditional was the start time for the Subway 500 at 1:30 PM. For the 2008 season, the Subway 500 will begin at 2 PM on October 19th, 2008. The thirty minute change should bring in a better crowd and viewing audience.
The Martinsville Speedway is owned and operated by the International Speedway Corporation. The lap size of this track measures approximately half a mile and is the shortest track in the NASCAR Sprint Series. It also holds the title as the first paved tracks on the NASCAR circuit. The Subway 500 should prove to be an interesting race this year as the track offers a paper clip shape and a bank in the flat turns at only 12 degrees. The straightaway’s are long and could help the speed level to change as compared to other tracks around the circuit. To make sure you and your friends make it to all the sporting events in the future including this one buy them today.