Aug 11, 2016, 1:49 PM EDT

Nashville’s Fairground Speedway will see approximately $2.5 million in improvements to its grandstands, but not to its venerable .596-mile paved racetrack.

The track, which is part of the Tennessee State Fairgrounds (also known as The Fairgrounds Nashville), is located just south of the city center.

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series last raced there in 1984, while both the Xfinity and Truck series last raced there in 2000 before moving to the 1.333-mile Nashville Superspeedway in nearby Lebanon, Tenn., where the last NASCAR-sanctioned races were held in 2011.

But while the smaller Fairgrounds track will have better grandstand seating for its card of local weekend racing, don’t expect NASCAR to return there anytime soon.

According to The Tennessean newspaper, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry announced that the city will invest $15 million into improving and updating the Fairgrounds complex, which has seen some of its property become antiquated or dilapidated.