Found July 26, 2013 on
NASCAR is considering Wednesday nights Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora a success and are hopeful to return to the Rossburg, Ohio track in 2014. The dirt track owned by Tony Stewart provided the first NASCAR race on dirt since September 30, 1970. “Felt it over-delivered on everything they’d done,” NASCAR vice president Steve O’Donnell said Thursday. “Terrific turnout, really happy with how the competitors performed all night, so all in all, a great night for NASCAR and the sport. “We’ll take a look at it and have conversations with Tony … and still want to go through the garage area and meet with team owners and competitors and get their feedback as well. And want to see the ratings. So far everything we’ve seen, it’s something we’d certainly entertain doing again for 2014.” Wednesday nights race was the 10th most watched Truck race with 1.4 million total viewers and was easily the most watched sports program of the day. O’Donnell did rule out the notion that the Nationwide
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