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Nascar track owner brings lottery game to races

Speedway Motorsports Inc., the owner of Charlotte Motor Speedway and several other Nascar tracks, is looking to engage fans by bringing a lottery game based on live races to its venues.

The company is partnering with lottery firm EquiLottery Games for the Car Crash initiative, according to The Charlotte Observer.

Tickets for Car Crash, which cost $5, include three randomly-selected entries for upcoming races, with winners being determined by the outcome of the races.

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