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    The Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, presented by AAA – Dover International Speedway’s new focal point in the newly developed main entrance outside of Turn 4 at the track.
    Fans surround the Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, presented by AAA, on race weekend as they make their way to the new FanZone display area and grandstand seats.

    The sun beams off of the Monster Monument, presented by AAA,
    on the morning of the big race.

    Fans line Victory Plaza as they walk up to the monument. Race fans are able to get up close with the monster’s base featuring over 200 plaques dedicated to race winners at the Monster Mile.
Monster Monument at Victory Plaza, presented by AAA under the lights. Lights in the ground light the plaques on the base of the structure while lights built in the “shards” of concrete light up the monster. The monster’s eyes also glow red at night.
    1. The monument at night has attracted many curious observers – from curious locals to dedicated Dover fans from other states.
    1. A close-up of Miles the Monster and his glowing red eyes.
    The monument standing tall in the dusk sky

      Bobby Allison dedication ceremony (May 31, 2008) – (L to R) Dover President & CEO
      Denis McGlynn, MRN announcer Barney Hall and seven-time Dover winner Bobby Allison pose for pictures in front of Allison’s plaque on the base of the monument. Allison was the first driver recognized with a marquee plaque.

      Allison’s plaque highlights his career accomplishments at the Monster Mile and throughout
      his storied NASCAR Sprint Cup career.

      Monster Monument, presented by AAA, dedication ceremony (May 14, 2008) – Jeff Gordon speaks at the podium during a special ceremony just weeks prior to the June 2008 race weekend. Gordon was joined by local dignitaries and track officials along with several
      hundred fans in attendance.
      Gordon, a four-time Dover winner, called the monster a true symbol of what the
      Dover track is all about.
      This plaque mounted on the front of the base of the monument tells the story of the Monster Monument, presented by AAA, and the history of Dover International Speedway.