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NASCAR America: 50 State in 50 Shows: Idaho

Idaho, famous for its potatoes, is also home to the Magic Valley Speedway. What's so unique about Magic Valley Speedway? It's where double-decker racing happens.

Just when you think you’ve seen everything that could be raced on pavement, Magic Valley Speedway in Twin Falls, Idaho, goes and surprises you.

In the latest chapter of “50 States in 50 Shows,” NASCAR America looks at the state of Idaho and Magic Valley Speedway.

Owned by Lynette and Eddy McKean, the track hosts double-decker racing, with one car perched on top of another. The car and driver on top controls the steering while the bottom car and driver controls the gas and breaks.

Watch the video to see the unique form of racing.