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Pure Michigan 400



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The Pure Michigan 400 is a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race being held annually at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan since 1969. However, during the 1973 season it was not held after Roger Penske replaced the race with a Champ car event. The inaugural event was scheduled to be 600 miles, but was shortened because of inclement weather. Afterward, the race distance was changed to 400 miles. The event has had numerous companies sponsor the race, including Pepsi and Carfax. read more
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