Kentucky Speedway is storing thousands of semi-truck trailers and pickup trucks. The Gallatin County race track is renting its property for longterm parking after NASCAR removed the speedway from the 2021 race schedule. When will racing return? WCPO I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham joins the Hear Cincinnati podcast to explain.
But first, the Hear Cincinnati weekly panel discusses news of the week including the Marian Spencer sculpture, Joey Votto's personal apology to a 6-year-old fan, more delays at King Island's Camp Cedar, and more.
Listen to this episode in the podcast player above.
- Sculpture of civil rights icon Marian Spencer to be dedicated on Cincinnati's riverfront
- With funds raised, Marian Spencer sculpture is a big step closer to becoming a reality in Cincinnati (March 2000)
- Winton Hills Academy students win national contest with book about civil rights icon Marian Spencer (March 2019)
- Was Brown County inmate's death a suicide, or were deputies involved?
- Zachary Goldson case: Video shows final seconds before Brown County inmate's death (archived)
- Votto personally apologizes to 6-year-old fan after ejection versus Padres
- Brood X left a gift for putting up with them
- After break-ins, Timothee Chalamet film 'Bones and All' asks Cincy for $50,000 to cover security
- Kings Island's Camp Cedar delayed...again
- What's causing all the Camp Cedar delays?
- When will racing return to Kentucky Speedway? It's anyone's guess
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