Homestead-Miami Speedway hosts the last races of the period in the IRL Indy Car Collection, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Collection, Outdoor camping Globe Vehicle Series, and the Grand-Am Sports Car Collection. The speedway was created to assist Homestead rebound after the devastation created by Hurricane Andrew. Groundbreaking began August 24, 1993, precisely one year after the cyclone. It opened in November 1995 with a NASCAR Busch Collection nationality and is taken into consideration to be among the most stunning race course in the country. In 2003, the track was reconfigured to create steep changeable banking and lights were set up for evening auto racing. Its 1.5-mile high-banked asphalt oval and 2.1 mile led road course with 14 turns make it a stimulating track for drivers and viewers alike.
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