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ISC ACQUIRES ADDITIONAL ROUTE 66 INTEREST

International Speedway Corporation (Nasdaq: ISCA)(OTC Bulletin Board: ISCB)
("ISC") has announced it has entered into a purchase agreement with
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation to indirectly acquire an additional 37.5
percent interest in Raceway Associates, LLC ("Raceway Associates"), owner and
operator of Chicagoland Speedway and Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, Illinois. The
purchase price for the transaction is approximately $69 million in cash.

After the transaction closes, ISC will own 100 percent of Motorsports
Alliance, LLC ("Motorsports Alliance"), which owns 75 percent of Raceway
Associates. Raceway Associates was formed in 1999 as a joint venture between
Motorsports Alliance and the former owners of Route 66 Raceway. Raceway
Associates subsequently developed Chicagoland Speedway, a 75,000 seat facility
hosting premier motorsports events from the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup, NASCAR Busch, IRL
IndyCar and ARCA RE/MAX series.

JEGGIE GETS CAR CRAZY

The episode of SpeedTV's popular television program Car Crazy featuring
three-time NHRA champion Jeg Coughlin will air at 6:30 p.m. PST, Thursday, Nov.
2. Host Barry Meguiar talks with the 47-time national event winner about his
family's love for drag racing and the two of them inspect his ’67 Chevy II
station wagon, a 1955 Chevy Nomad, and a turbo-charged 2000 Chevy Corvette
convertible that was built by the late John Lingenfelter.
 

THE RAY PRICE - MONDO PORROS CONNECTION

Ray
Price, diverse businessman, inducted member of the National
Motorcycle Museum
and Hall of Fame, “Father of Funny Bike,” owner of Ray Price
Harley-Davidson/Buell, Inc., and local philanthropist, was recognized on
October 17th with his own special day by the city of Raleigh. 

City
officials have honored Price for his continuous efforts to help the city and
its citizens, and after he successfully brought over 65,000 people to the 2nd
annual Ray Price Capital City Bike Fest Rally they proclaimed November 4th
as Ray Price Day.  Price will celebrate his day with an estimated 6,000 of
his closest friends at an open house at Ray Price Harley-Davidson/Buell.  

HADDOCKS ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON

Funny Car Driver Terry Haddock and his wife Bambee are proud to announce the arrival of their son McKailen Skyler. The newest addition to the Haddock family weighed 7-pounds, 1-ounce, and was born at 4:30 p.m., Monday, at Stevens Hospital in Lyynwood, Wash.

"He's doing great," Haddock said. "He's healthy and happy, and it's an amazing experience. Bambee and I have been so nervous after losing McKailee last year, but our boy is doing just fine.

MAC TOOLS RETURNS WITH KENNY BERNSTEIN

Six-time NHRA champion Kenny Bernstein announced that 20-year team sponsor Mac
Tools will expand its involvement with Kenny Bernstein Racing to include the
Monster Energy/Lucas Oil Funny Car that will debut next season.

“Our team
has won championships with Mac Tools,” said Bernstein. “They’re dependable and
tough enough to withstand the rigorous test of maintaining 7,000-horsepower,
four-second rockets on a 23-event race schedule.”

“Mac Tools is committed
to obtaining Customers for Life,” said John Aden, president of Mac Tools. “Kenny
Bernstein has been a valuable asset to our company for two decades. He has
ridden on some of the Mac Tools trucks to sell tools and serves as a goodwill
ambassador for our company. Mac Tools is excited about Kenny’s return to NHRA
drag racing in 2007. We are proud to be a part of his new Monster Energy/Lucas
Oil Funny Car. We wish Kenny and the entire team the best of luck next year and
in the years to come.”

ANDERSON WINS 300TH ROUND IN VEGAS

Lost in all the celebration of his teammate Jason Line clinching the
2006 NHRA POWERade Pro Stock Championship on Sunday, was the fact that
Greg Anderson, driver of the KB Racing LLC / Summit Racing Equipment
Pro Stock Pontiac GTO, won his 300th round of racing.

In the opening round of eliminations for the recently completed NHRA
ACDelco Las Vegas Nationals, Anderson defeated Mike Edwards to record
his 300th round win in a driving career that began in 1998. Anderson
covered The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway quarter-mile in 6.743
seconds to 6.791 seconds for Edwards.

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SUMMIT ACQUIRES NORWALK NAMING RIGHTS

Torco's Competitionplus.com has
learned that tomorrow, Wednesday, November 1, Norwalk Raceway Park and Summit
Racing Equipment will jointly announce that the Official Mail Order Company of
the NHRA has signed a 10-year agreement for the naming rights to the venerable
Ohio quarter mile facility.
  The cumbersome official title
will be “Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park,” a moniker not likely to be
utilized by the media due to its length, but who are we to
criticize?
  We’ve also heard that the deal includes a significant
six figure annual fee.

NHRA SPONSORSHIP AND DATE CHANGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

The NHRA has announced
the 2007 AC Delco Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will return
to its original date on the last weekend of October.
  Previously announced for the weekend of October 18-21,
the date change moved the race away from the weekend prior to the SEMA Show, and
also took if off the Friday statewide Nevada Day holiday, two factors that
undoubtedly had a very positive impact on this year’s exceptional Friday and
weekend-long spectator and industry turnouts.
  Vocal protests from track management apparently didn’t
fall on deaf ears, with next year’s race date now slated for the weekend of
October 25-28.



WHEN BACK-UPS GO WRONG - PART 2

olsonDSD_5558.JPGBrian Olson, veteran announcer and chief backer-upper for Cory McClenathan,
learned this weekend that a lost bet can sometimes be a painful and embarrassing
situation.

Olson made the comment in Richmond to GM head man Fred
Simmonds, “If we win this race – the next event I’ll wear all pink when I go out
to back up Cory.”Being the manly man that Olson is one can only imagine the look
on his face when the Richmond victory celebration subsided and

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