RACE CONTROL TOWER DEMOLITION MARKS SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE IN ISM RACEWAY PROJECT POWERED BY DC SOLAR
Today, ISM Raceway removed its 130-foot-high Race Control Tower in spectacular fashion as part of its $178 million ISM Raceway Project Powered by DC Solar. NASCAR Vice Chairman Mike Helton donned a hard hat and led the demolition by getting behind the wheel of a Cat D8T dozer. Helton was joined by ISM Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber, members of the Okland Construction team and ISM Raceway fans to mark the major milestone.A brand-new 6,300-square-foot Race Operations structure will sit high above the new start/finish line near the famous dog leg. The new structure will feature 162 linear feet of glass, providing excellent views of ISM Raceway.