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Gen. Mark Milley to serve as grand marshal at NASCAR’s 61st Coca-Cola 600: report

NASCAR is again after being suspended for greater than 10 weeks amid the coronavirus outbreak, and giving the command to fireplace issues up on the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday will reportedly be none apart from Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Workers Gen. Mark Milley.

As grand marshal, Milley will give the digital command forward of the 61st operating of NASCAR’s crown jewel race in a becoming Memorial Day tribute that can happen on the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Harmony, N.C., at 2 p.m. ET, in response to Speedwaydigest.com.

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The race will function a qualifying session, not like the earlier two occasions at Darlington Raceway that set the sector by way of random attracts, and all the occasion will happen all in someday.

The race can draw as many as 100,000 spectators, although numbers have dwindled lately. This would be the first time nobody is there, because of the virus outbreak — apart from the tenants of a 52-unit condominium tower positioned outdoors the primary flip.

“This is the most bittersweet of circumstances for our entire team at the speedway,” stated Scott Cooper, the speedway’s vice chairman of communications.

“We work year-round to supply memorable experiences for our followers. The very last thing we might ever wish to is to run a race with out spectators, however these are uncommon occasions. However it’s rewarding for our workers to know we’re a minimum of taking part in a giant function in bringing the races again to tv.”

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Along with Milley, Marine Corps veteran Edward Schrank, who 5 occasions beat most cancers brought on by chemical publicity whereas serving abroad, will carry out the nationwide anthem by way of a recorded video.

Every automobile will carry the identify of a fallen service member above its windshield, and the sector will pull into the pits mid-race for a second of remembrance.

Fox Information’ Gary Gastelu and The Related Press contributed to this report.

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