stretched out the door of the council chambers, through the mezzanine and up a flight of stairs. Retired race car driver Sterling Marlin told the council, "We can fix the noise; a $50 muffler will solve everything." Many, like Ricky Bolden, appealed
1984 when Nashville officials refused to improve the track. Former NASCAR driver, and Columbia, Tenn., native Sterling Marlin said the Nashville track has been a great proving ground that must be saved or risk having Bristol the only track
races at the fairgrounds. Their proposals are due at the end of the week. Drivers including Darrell Waltrip and Sterling Marlin got their start at the track. Top-level NASCAR races were run at the track until several years ago.
council chambers will once again be packed with red shirts and some of the biggest names in racing history, like Sterling Marlin . "This is the oldest racetrack in the U.S. It would be a mistake to tear it down," Marlin said. Copyright
the Hickory Hollow proposal, council members would still need to approve it two more times. Former NASCAR drivers Sterling Marlin and Darrell Waltrip were expected to attend the meeting in support of saving the fairgrounds.
and caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage at a garage in Middle Tennessee owned by retired NASCAR driver Sterling Marlin . Marlin told The Daily Herald in Columbia that the fire that started Friday morning destroyed his 2,500-square
different racing promoters discussed leasing the track next year, including former NASCAR star and Columbia-native Sterling Marlin . Formosa, a former racetrack promoter, guaranteed $53,000 for seven races. "I guarantee you I'll pay you
Police say he stole cell phones, an iPod and some change before fleeing in a stolen SUV belonging to NASCAR driver Sterling Marlin . Marlin, of Columbia, reported to police over the weekend that his vehicle had been stolen. Prewitt is charged