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The Talladega Racetrack in Alabama was originally slated to be built in Spartanburg, S.C. David Pearson, Cotton Owens and Bud Moore, all of whom are Spartanburg natives, are among those who share their thoughts on what might have been.
Spartanburg, S.C. is well-known for its textile manufacturing and for being a railroad hub. Dr. Philip Racine, Professor of History at Wofford College, delves a little deeper.