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History[ edit ] Memphis International Raceway, more commonly known as MIR, was founded in by Ed Gatlin who, along with a group of investors, bought a acre tract of land in northeast Shelby County, Tenn. The name of the facility was also changed-to Memphis Motorsports Park-and the tri-oval opened on June 5, Memphis Motorsports Park closed October 30, due to lack of finances. Its parent company, Dover Motorsports, Inc.
But instead of simply dishing out yet another novel culinary creation, this truck held the promise of something deeper. Parked on the sidewalk in Manhattan's Union Square, the truck's gray metal paneling mirrored another somber, overcast sky in a city long overdue for spring sunlight. On the driver's side, a snowflake design made out of strips of burnished wood spiraled around the truck's name, " Snowday. The "Snowday" truck in Union Square. Five of the seven young men helping prepare and serve the food had an extra reason to be in good spirits -- besides the smell of kale pesto, brie and warm maple syrup on a cold day.