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In July, Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (left) and International Speedway Corporation Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joie Chitwood III (right) surrounded new logos for Transformation – The Talladega Superspeedway Infield Project and the track’s 50th Anniversary, both of which will be celebrated next year. Lynch, a staple at the venue since 1993, will retire in November of 2019, just weeks after the completion of Transformation.

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Talladega’s Grant Lynch set to Retire at Conclusion of Transformation in November 2019

Grant Lynch (left), the jubilant, likeable and community-minded head of Talladega Superspeedway for the past 25 years, will have his swan song with the track’s recently announced Transformation – The Talladega Superspeedway Infield Project in the fall of 2019.

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Known for his infamous long-billed hats he sports during race weekend, along with his pre-race chant, Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch will give the command to fire engines prior to the GEICO 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event on Sunday, April 28.

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GEICO Names Longtime TSS Leader Grant Lynch as Grand Marshal of the GEICO 500

Grant Lynch, the leader of Talladega Superspeedway for more than half the track’s existence, has been a delight for years during pre-race ceremonies with his back-and-forth chatter with the fans via microphone on the public address system with that chant “This is More than a Race…..This is Talladega.”

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New Official Partner: Cook's Pest Control

Cook’s Pest Control Mascot, Cookie (center), stands with Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (left) and Jonathan Moral, Marketing Director for the tracks newest partner - Cook's Pest Control - on the mammoth 33-degree banking. Cook’s Pest Control is now the Official Pest Control Service of Talladega Superspeedway and will provide NASCAR’s Biggest and Baddest track with protection services throughout speedway.

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Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch stands at the construction site of the track’s Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel, the first development of the Transformation Infield Project. The depth of where Lynch is standing is nearly 38 feet underneath the racing surface.

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Despite Weather, Construction Moving Forward for New Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel

Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch stands at the construction site of the track’s Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel, the first development of the Transformation Infield Project. The depth of where Lynch is standing is nearly 38 feet underneath the racing surface.

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With just one week left until Christmas, Santa Claus made a surprise visit to Talladega Superspeedway to see the progress of the new Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel construction site. Santa, along with Mrs. Claus, met with Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch to get an up-close look at the tunnel, which is the first development of the 2019 Transformation Infield Project. Santa gave the project a jolly thumbs up.

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Santa Claus Came to Town to Get Update on New Oversized Vehicle Tunnel Construction

With just one week left until Christmas, Santa Claus made a surprise visit to Talladega Superspeedway to see the progress of the new Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel construction site. Santa, along with Mrs. Claus, met with Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch to get an up-close look at the tunnel, which is the first development of the 2019 Transformation Infield Project. Santa gave the project a jolly thumbs up.

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Jake Carlisle New Director of Ticketing

Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch today announced the addition of Jake Carlisle as the new Director of Ticketing at NASCAR’s Most Competitive track.

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NASCAR drivers Jeffrey Earnhardt (left) and Chase Briscoe (second from right) joined Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (center), and Lance Taylor (far right) from Taylor Corporation, who spearheaded the tunnel construction efforts, in the ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday as part of the “official” Grand Opening for fans to enter the track’s iconic infield.

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Race Week has Officially Begun with New Tunnel Grand Opening for Fans

NASCAR drivers Jeffrey Earnhardt (left) and Chase Briscoe (second from right) joined Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (center), and Lance Taylor (far right) from Taylor Corporation, who spearheaded the tunnel construction efforts, in the ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday as part of the “official” Grand Opening for fans to enter the track’s iconic infield.

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Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (right) was named the recipient of the 2018 Buddy Shuman Award during the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA) Myers Brothers Awards at the Wynn Las Vegas on Nov. 28.

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Talladega Superspeedway’s Lynch Named Recipient of Coveted Buddy Shuman Award

Longtime Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (right) was named the recipient of the coveted Buddy Shuman Award Wednesday during the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA) Myers Brothers Awards at the Encore Theater of the Wynn Las Vegas, part of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion’s Week to celebrate Joey Logano’s 2018 title season.

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Earlier this week, Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (left) and four-time Talladega winner and leader of the famed “Alabama Gang” Bobby Allison kicked off Phase II of Transformation –The Talladega Superspeedway Infield Project presented by Graybar by ripping up some of the checkered concrete floor of Gatorade Victory Lane.

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Bye Bye Winner’s Circle! Bobby Allison Starts Demolition of 'Dega's Gatorade Victory Lane

Earlier this week, Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch (left) and four-time Talladega winner and leader of the famed “Alabama Gang” Bobby Allison kicked off Phase II of Transformation –The Talladega Superspeedway Infield Project presented by Graybar by ripping up some of the checkered concrete floor of Gatorade Victory Lane.

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This spirited group oversaw the official groundbreaking Tuesday of Talladega Superspeedway’s new Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel which is the launch of the track’s Transformation Infield Project. They included Dell Hill (center), who was a part of the original track groundbreaking in May of 1968 (and is pictured in the black and white photo on the far right beside track founder Bill France Sr. from that day), and Lana Osborn (right), who was the first Miss Talladega 500 for the inaugural Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the 2.66-mile venue in September of 1969. They were joined by Ellis H. Bennett (left), the Project Manager for Taylor Corporation from nearby Oxford, AL, which will spearhead the construction of the tunnel, Mike McWilliams (second from left), Owners Superintendent of International Speedway Corporation’s Design and Development team, and Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch. The new tunnel will be completed in time for the track’s April 2019 motorsports tripleheader weekend, featuring the GEICO 500, allowing fans 24-hour accessibility to the venue.

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Breaking Ground - Construction Begins on Talladega’s New Turn 3 Oversized Tunnel

This spirited group oversaw the official groundbreaking Tuesday of Talladega Superspeedway’s new Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel which is the launch of the track’s Transformation Infield Project. They included Dell Hill (center), who was a part of the original track groundbreaking in May of 1968 (and is pictured in the black and white photo on the far right next to track founder Bill France Sr. from that day), and Lana Osborn (right), who was the first Miss Talladega 500 for the inaugural Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the 2.66-mile venue in September of 1969. They were joined by Ellis H. Bennett (left), the Project Manager for Taylor Corporation from nearby Oxford, AL, which will spearhead the construction of the tunnel, Mike McWilliams (second from left), Owners Superintendent of International Speedway Corporation’s Design and Development team, and Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch. The new tunnel will be completed in time for the track’s April 2019 motorsports tripleheader weekend, featuring the GEICO 500, allowing fans 24-hour accessibility to the venue.

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