So, an electrician, a forklift operator and a pipe fitter went into a bar. It seems the afternoon shift had just ended at Granite City Steel and it was time to stop off at Ken’s Lounge before heading home. After a few of the regular pleasantries, the conversation turned to the good ol’ days when they were young. Specifically, they were exchanging stories of their significant other.
HAMPTON, Ga. — What with the whole sad and sobering fact that nobody who ever owned an Alabama driver’s license is racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series these days, we have to rely on our neighbors to the east for sentimental homecoming stories.
Government and Talladega Super Speedway officials announced a $50 million infield transformation project to coincide with the track’s 50th anniversary next year.