Daytona International Speedway is going to get video surveillance, according to John Power, director of security at the racetrack . Power said that the track has a $319,000 grant that will be used to invest in an IP-based, mostly hard-wired video surveillance system on a fiber backbone, which will allow security to access camera footage from any location. […]
While battling for the lead late in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 at Kansas Speedway, Johnny Sauter and Ron Hornaday made contact, causing both cars to slide sideways. Sauter brushed the wall, but both saved their trucks without spinning. Sauter was able to correct a bit quicker than Hornaday, which allowed him to maintain the lead. He went on to win the race.