In 1959 the Augusta National Sports Center was organized.  A few years later the name was changed to the Augusta
International Speedway
and their motto was "Where the Masters Race".  The name change was due to a conflict with
the
Augusta National Golf Course which was home of the Masters Golf Tournament.
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