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Riverhead Raceway

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Riverhead Raceway is a fifth-mile (322 m) oval race track with a Figure 8 course, located in  Riverhead, New York. It is the only auto racing venue on Long Island since Westhampton Raceway closed down in 2003. It started being built in 1949 and opened as a dirt track in 1951, before permanently changing to asphalt in 1955. The raceway was also well known for featuring a towering statue of a Native American, dubbed "Chief Running Fair", at its entrance until it was destroyed in 2012 due to Hurricane Sandy but rebuilt by Christmas and still standing at original location.
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Riverhead Raceway

Sports venue in Calverton, New York

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