Fire at NASCAR team’s race shop causes ‘significant damage’

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HARRISBURG, N.C. — Firefighters were busy Friday morning putting out flames at a NASCAR team’s race shop in Harrisburg.

Crews were called to Leavine Family Racing’s shop on Victory Lane around 7 a.m. where they found flames and smoke coming from the building.

Fire officials said crews were able to get the fire under control around 8:30 a.m.

Leavine Family Racing operates a single-car effort in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series: the No. 95 Ford driven by Michael McDowell.

Read more: WSOC

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