Martinsville offers high-octane made-for-TV racing
AP Photo/Steve HelberThey don't call Martinsville Speedway "The Paper Clip" for nothing.
One thing you can't call Martinsville Speedway is a cookie-cutter track.
An anachronism, maybe a paper clip of asphalt patched with concrete two parallel drag strips connected by hairpin turns NASCAR's only remaining answer to the bumper-car rides at county fairs
But not in the least mundane, and therefore ...
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