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Dover International Speedway

Dover International Speedway is a race track in Dover, Delaware, USA. Dover is a real monster of a race track, and not just because there’s a 46 foot tall, muscle-bound, statue outside the gates named “Miles the Monster.” Dover is also one of the few ovals that features concrete pavement the whole way ’round.

Constructed between 1967 and ’69, Dover International Speedway was initially paved with asphalt. It wasn’t until 1995’s comprehensive revamp that the track was paved in concrete, giving Dover’s racing surface a distinctive white appearance – albeit with many shades of gray and black after a weekend’s worth of action. No matter the pavement, Dover has long been on of the most competitive NASCAR tracks.

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Configurations

The Monster Mile was built in 1969 and features one layout, a 1 mile (1.6 km) oval, with 24 degrees of banking in the turns and 9 degrees on the straights.

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