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Yesterday’s Speedways preserves and promotes racing history

An interactive element will become part of the Yesterday’s Speedways display this year, as a slot car track will accompany the photos and cars featured in their display at the Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo presented by eBay Motors, which takes place March 8, 9 & 10 at Toronto’s International Centre.

Anyone interested in trying their hand with the fast little cars can come and see Jim and Tracy Toye. They will be running the events at “Crosstown Speedway,” a slot car track in the Yesterday’s Speedways booth, located in the Gulf Race Fuels Racing Zone presented by Stoneridge Specialty Insurance, in Hall 1B. Yesterday’s Speedways founder and racing historian Rick Sharples hopes the track will create some fun through friendly competition.

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