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No race held on Sunday

Too much water to race at Martinsville
Sunday's race at the ledgendary Martinsville Virgina raceway was a rainout.

The race will run today March 29 at 12 noon EST.

Many fans turned out even though the forecast was for rain. They came in hopes the weatherman may be wrong, but he wasn't.

The rain started eary and continued through the day making racing impossible.

When the race kicks off, the starting grid will remain the same as the Sunday lineup with Kevin Harvick in the #29 Penzoil Chevrolet on the pole.


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