Watch the LA Coliseum race track be built in 60 seconds

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A temporary quarter-mile asphalt track has been constructed inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for a 150-lap short-track showdown this weekend. Laps of caution will not count.

This is the first time “The Clash” has moved from Daytona International Speedway in more than 40 years of history.

Above, you can watch the complete construction of the race track in a sixty-second time frame.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Trail

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Photo by: NASCAR Media

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Trail

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Trail

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Trail

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Trail

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Trail

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The race will feature all 36 licensed teams, 23 of which will race in the main event after single-car qualifying and a series of qualifying/LCQ races. It will serve as the unofficial race start of the Next Gen car and the first Cup race at a multi-purpose stadium since a 1956 NCS event at Soldiers Field.

Ice Cube will perform a 75 rpm halftime show after the start of the main event with DJ Skee during cautionary breaks.

The race will be broadcast by FOX and will take place on Sunday, February 6.


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