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Spot Check: Daytona International Speedway Daytona, Florida

written by Josh Dunn March 23, 2017

Every year, thousands upon thousands of spectators pour into the Daytona International Speedway both on race weekends and throughout the year for daily tours of the race track. Greeting every single one of these guest is a memorial statue dedicated to Bill France, the OG founder of NASCAR back when it was still bootleg booze runners getting together to test their get away cars. Little did NASCAR know that they hired Team Pain Skateparks  to erect this monument because the sheer skate-ability cannot be a coincidence.  Featuring an angled wallie bank that perfectly perches a completely unpoached piece of pristine marble which is just begging to have a set of trucks scrapped across it.

A word to the wise: this spot has not been hit for a reason. Any attempts must involve the utmost Ninja stealth to avoid any direct run ins with the 2nd Amendment.


Suggested Set-up:

Deck: Bustin 8.25 Street Deck

Trucks: Caliber Standard 8.5 Raw/Satin Blue

Wheels: Mini-Logo 52mm Blue

Bearings: Bustin Abec-7


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