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Nashville pulls the plug on proposed race

Local Nashville authorities have shut down proposals for an IndyCar or IMSA race outside Nissan Stadium, although Grand Prix of Nashville organizers remain optimistic that the event can be revived. According to a report in The Tennessean, Metro Sports Authority Director Monica Fawknotson, speaking on behalf of Nashville Mayor Megan Barry's office, told the sports authority board on Tuesday that her main concerns with the plans related to logistics "In the end, we just felt like there were just too many unanswered questions, especially in regards to the needed infrastructure and, quite honestly, just how do we work around this city's vigorous special events schedule," she said....
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