• Felix Sabates apologizes to MIS Sabates apologizes
    Felix Sabates, part-owner of NASCAR’s Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, who outraged many race fans and Michigan residents for suggesting MIS be cut from NASCAR’s Sprint Cup schedule because of the state’s economy, has issued an apology.
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  • Danica Patrick to race in CARFAX 250 Danica Patrick to race in CARFAX 250
    Danica Patrick will race in the Nationwide Series CARFAX 250 at MIS on August 14.
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  • MIS Cares Haiti Relief MIS launches Haiti relief effort
    Michigan International Speedway and its non-profit entity MIS Cares is working with the NASCAR Foundation to gather monetary donations for Haiti relief. MIS will match total donations up to $15,000 from Jan. 29 to Feb. 4.
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  • Heluva Good! Kickoff MIS launches 2010 season with Heluva Good! kickoff
    With the attendance of corporate partners, NASCAR drivers, media and fans, Michigan International Speedway launched its 2010 season in grand fashion with a Heluva Good! kickoff event on Jan. 26 in Ann Arbor.
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  • VFW sponsors truck race VFW to sponsor Truck race at MIS
    In an effort to recognize and salute veterans and their families around the country, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Foundation will be the title sponsor of its first-ever NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, the “VFW 200” on Saturday, June 12 at Michigan International Speedway.
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  • Martin wins LifeLock 400 Sprint Cup races at MIS to see more excitement in 2010
    Michigan International Speedway has long been a favorite among fans and drivers, creating some of the most dramatic racing and finishes throughout its history. With NASCAR’s announcement regarding relaxed rules changes that will put the racing back in the Sprint Cup Series drivers’ hands, fans of MIS will witness even more exciting racing in 2010.
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  • Toys for Tots Delivery MIS Cares makes grant donations to various organizations
    In its first year, Michigan International Speedway’s charitable arm, MIS Cares, took positive steps toward providing assistance to various organizations in 2009.
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  • Automotive X Prize comes to MIS Automotive X Prize chooses MIS for 2010 competition events
    The Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE has chosen Michigan International Speedway to host an intense multi-stage competition that aims to pit some of the world’s most fuel efficient vehicles against one another in a quest to win their share of a $10 million prize purse.
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      1.29.2010
      Felix Sabates, part-owner of NASCAR’s Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, who outraged many race fans and Michigan residents for suggesting MIS be cut from NASCAR’s Sprint Cup schedule because of the state’s economy, has issued an apology.
    • Danica Patrick to race in CARFAX 250
      1.28.2010
      Danica Patrick will race in the Nationwide Series CARFAX 250 at MIS on August 14.
    • MIS Cares Haiti Relief
      1.28.2010
      Michigan International Speedway and its non-profit entity MIS Cares is working with the NASCAR Foundation to gather monetary donations for Haiti relief. MIS will match total donations up to $15,000 from Jan. 29 to Feb. 4.
    • Heluva Good! Kickoff
      1.27.2010
      With the attendance of corporate partners, NASCAR drivers, media and fans, Michigan International Speedway launched its 2010 season in grand fashion with a Heluva Good! kickoff event on Jan. 26 in Ann Arbor.
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