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BORCHETTA'S NEED FOR SPEED
9/30/20

Big Machine Label Group President/CEO/Founder Scott Borchetta has been selected to be part of the 2020 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Hall of Fame class.

Prior to launching BMLG, Borchetta raced Legend cars in the ‘90s and won a three-peat in the NASCAR SuperTrack Series.

In addition to his success in the music industry, Borchetta remains involved in racing as part of the ownership group for Music City Grand Prix as well as sponsoring the featured pro late models point series races at Nashville’s Fairgrounds Speedway and competing on the track.

Along with Borchetta, former track President and Promoter Bob Harmon and the first female inductee, Lillie Buford, will a part of the new Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Hall of Fame class.

The class was selected by Hall of Fame Chairman Donnie Redd and committee members Gary Neal, Melissa Smithson and Tammi Dyce, and will be officially announced on 11/1 at the All American 400.

No word yet on if Borchetta's Ferrari will make an appearance.