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  • Dover Speedway to host track walk to benefit NASCAR, Autism Speaks

  • Dover International Speedway will host a track walk to benefit The NASCAR Foundation and Autism Speaks, immediately following the May 31 NASCAR Series race.
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  • Dover International Speedway will host a track walk to benefit The NASCAR Foundation and Autism Speaks, immediately following the May 31 NASCAR Series race.
    Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, will kick off the walk, which will afford fans the opportunity to walk the entire one-mile, concrete oval, all while raising money for two commendable organizations. Brad Daugherty, ESPN NASCAR analyst and former NBA player, will also participate in the walk.
    Online registration in advance costs $20 for adults; $25 at the track on race weekend. Children ages 14 and younger can register for $10.
    For more information: DoverMotorsports.com.

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