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Motorsports Architecture News + Insights

Miami Herald
POSTED 12.06.2019
The cars are gassed and at the starting line. All that’s left? For Miami-Dade County to drop the green flag. A race months in the making is one step closer to reality. Formula One has finalized an agreement in principle with Hard Rock Stadium to bring annual F-1 racing to South Florida beginning in May 2021, the Miami Herald has learned.
POSTED 02.12.2018
Autosports are speeding into the 21st century without glancing in the rearview mirror. DAYTONA Rising was a $400-million project that overhauled the approach of ‘what a race experience could be’ at the Daytona International Speedway.
Sports Business Journal
POSTED 11.06.2017
Faced with new competition on The Strip and the addition of a second NASCAR premier series race, Las Vegas Motor Speedway is making several improvements.  The track will upgrade its premium grandstand seating and create social, digitally wired areas for all ticketed fans. The venue, one of eight owned by Speedway Motorsports Inc., will announce the upgrades this week and expects the work to be done by the track’s spring race weekend. 
Sports Business Journal
POSTED 01.30.2017
The $178 million reconstruction of Phoenix International Raceway will give race fans unprecedented driver access at event level and put them on top of the action in a new 45,000-seat grandstand. ROSSETTI is teaming with Phoenix firm, DLR Group for the modernization of this project.
POSTED 11.10.2016
The re-imagined Daytona International Speedway won the Design Build Institute of America - Award of Excellence in the Rehabilitation, Renovation, and/or Restoration category. This is the seventh award win for the worlds first Motorsports Stadium in 2016.