Nashville Street Circuit Taking Shape as New Event Approaches

Construction of the street circuit for the inaugural Big Machine Music City Grand Prix is underway on the streets of Nashville, as preparations are in top gear for the inaugural NTT INDYCAR SERIES street race in the Tennessee city Aug. 6-8. With Nissan Stadium (home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans) serving as the paddock for the race, the 2.17-mile temporary track will race across the Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge into downtown Nashville and back, making the Music City Grand Prix one of the only events in motorsports to cross over a major body of water. Here are some fast facts about construction of the circuit for the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix:. 173.6 – Miles that the competitors will run in the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix. 1 – The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix crosses a major body of water, the Cumberland River.

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