Speedway Turned Into Stadium: Comes With Artificial Grass In Bristol

 Whether we like it or not, we all need a frequent change in scenery especially if you’re someone who is usually stuck in front of your desk, working unstoppably on your paper works via the latest computer set that your office has provided for you beforehand. You see, a much-needed change in scenery is very useful especially the horrible amount of stress that we working human beings, have to face and endure on a daily basis. There are many possible for someone to have a change in his scenery. One of the said methods is by taking a much-deserved vacation trip to a nice tourist destination which will not only allow one to free himself temporarily from the stressful life in the city but also, to rejuvenate one’s physical and mental health which can be another good point because a rejuvenated body can enable one to function better especially at work. Another helpful way to have a change in scenery is having a garden in your backyard. While having a garden is a beneficial in many ways, not everyone has a space in his home for gardens. Fortunately, there are a few alternatives for those who want to have a garden. For starters, one can now have artificial grass in Bristol installed in his house.

Last September of 2016, two opposing college football squads, namely the Tennessee and Virginia Tech had faced each other in a football match that was famously labelled by majority of the football fans in Bristol in the United Kingdom as the “Battle at Bristol”.  What made the match extra unique according to football pundits not just in UK but in the rest of the world was the fact that the said football competition was held at the Bristol Motor Speedway which also held a NASCAR Sprint Cup race last August 21, 2016. And whether you believe it or not, the organizers of the said football match were able to transform the racetrack that is commonly called as the Last Great Colosseum, to a football field with artificial grass in Bristol professionally layered down to go along with the 450 truckloads of rock and sand and, 180,000 pounds of silica and rubber.

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