Track Building

I noticed on TV that NTPA and PPL are building tracks with a roto tiller type machine to get the dirt finer. When the pullers pull down the track the dirt flys up on the sled covering it and the pullers alike. Is this a preferred method now? Do the pullers really like getting all that dirt in the engines? Is it easier on the pullers to get running that way? I'm just trying to understand why it's being done like this.

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