The Homestead-Miami Speedway sits on 600 acres of land, rising like a medieval fortress from the expanse of muck and concrete that surrounds it for miles. Helicopters bound for the track's private heliport drone overhead like monstrous dragonflies. Rickety white Ford pickups, with shoddy assemblages of aluminum that function as trailers, appear occasionally to dump off and pick up new fans. At night it takes 2.4 million watts per hour to light up the place, enough to power 17,143... More >>>