Huntsville Speedway 
Huntsville, AL 
Donnie Redd, Media Coordinator 
July 10th, 2019

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On Monday, NBC Sports announced the Grassroots Racing Tour #MyTrackMyRoots. Huntsville Speedway is one of the 500 tracks selected nationwide as a participant.

Huntsville Speedway started as a dirt track in 1959, sixty years ago. The track three years later converted to asphalt. A young man by the name of Bobby Allison who had recently moved to Hueytown Alabama took home the trophy and the money for the first win on April 20th, 1962.

Huntsville Speedway off and on has been part of the NASCAR tradition, multiple years, holding NASCAR national touring series events including back in the day the NASCAR Late Model Sportsman and NASCAR All Pro Series.

Today, Huntsville Speedway is in the fourth year of operation by Robbie and Karen Edger. The Edger family took over a track that set dormant for three seasons with the vision to make racing successful once again in Rocket City USA.

The #MyTrackMyRoots campaign is a huge boost for any race track. Huntsville Speedway is thankful for the selection. Huntsville Speedway brings to the table a 60 year racing history filled with lots of racing action and memories.

Oh the memories which was as recent as this past Saturday night. Jaxon Bishop winning the Late Model event, while his father, Casey Bishop a three time champion at Huntsville Speedway straps in after 8 years to take home the win for the STAR SuperTruck division. A father and son winning on the same night, just one of the special memories of 60 years of racing at the south’s fastest quarter mile.

Huntsville Speedway plans to promote strong the #MyTrackMyRoots campaign in order to reach out and let Huntsville Speedway is alive and well located at the foothill of Green Mountain in Madison County Alabama.

Take the time to watch the link from NBC Sports on how you can get the word out about your race team. I suggest you set up a TWITTER account for the best way for acknowledgement. Go to this link for information:
Announcing The Grassroots Racing Tour: #MyTrackMyRootsOn Monday, we announced the Grassroots Racing Tour! Go to your local track and use #MyTrackMyRoots to share you…

Once you watch the link from NBC Sports make sure you tag #MyTrackMyRoots to all your post and tag:

I set up a new TWITTER page for Huntsville Speedway this past week for the purpose of posting daily information and weekly event winning team and stories to be submitted to #MyTrackMyRoots. For the many who compete at Huntsville Speedway, this is not just me getting information out to NBC Sports, you can do it too. Take the time to watch the video and get started today. A great opportunity to get information out nationally about your team and effort at Huntsville Speedway. A good chance to showcase your team and the track you compete, one of 500 selected for greatness.

On behalf of the staff and management at Huntsville Speedway, THANK YOU for the continued support to once again make the track successful. Your support and effort on behalf of many people surely got Huntsville Speedway the deserved recognition of being one of 500 tracks nationally to be selected for this honor.

See you Saturday night, July 13th, 2019 for another night of racing action at Huntsville Speedway. –