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Motor vehicle race track having a substantially "figure eight" configuration










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #5800272.

Motor vehicle track having a substantially "figure eight" configuration which includes a underpass and an overpass at different elevational levels at the intersection of the substantially "figure eight" configuration. Such a motor vehicle race track forms an enclosed loop which would be, preferably, be at least one half mile in length and three (3) miles or less in length and would accommodate motor vehicles having engines which generate in excess of 100 horsepower. Spectator seating would be provided around at least a portion, and perhaps the entire perimeter, of the motor vehicle race track and many spectators seats would permit spectators to view a substantial portion of motor vehicle race track.








 
 
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