Motorsports Tracks and Venues


What kind of racing action would you like to see? You can search by type of track such as Hydro 660 or short oval dirt. All forms or motorsports racing on short oval dirt such as, sprints, midgets, late models, open wheel and Kart would also display. Also check out our dragstrips or speedways.

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BarbertonSpeedway.net
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LyonsRacewayPark.com
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Formally Lyons Raceway.



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EldoraSpeedway.com
 
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GatewayMSP.com
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Our events include Karting, MX, Drifting, Monster Trucks, Thrill Shows, Corporate events, Car shows, Swap meets Human Endurance Events & much more! In Jan 2018, 50 years of 1/4 & 1/8 Mile Drag Racing was ended due to rising costs.



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AlabamaInte...Dragway.com
 
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The strip started out as and 1/8th mile until it was lengthend to a 1/4 mile starting in 2001.



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The 3/8 mile dirt track was closed from 1956 - 1958.



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Running on the streets of Nassau County, the third running of the Vanderbilt Cup was 297 miles and only 10 laps with top avg. speeds of 52 mph.



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4/10 mile dirt track racing weekly on Friday nights, also the home of Little Sunset Speedway Go-Kart Track



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KnoxvilleRaceway.com
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17.1 Mile Road Course. Hosted 1911 Vanderbilt Cup.  



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Held the 1912 Vanderbilt Cup Race.



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8.417 Mile Road Course. Sponsored 1914 & 1916 Vanderbilt Cup. 



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4 Mile Road Course. Sponsored 1936 and 1937 Vanderbilt Cup.



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This second race of the Vanderbilt Cup was changed to remove sharp turns and intersections running through towns.



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3.849 Mile Road Course. Sponsored 1915 Vanderbilt Cup.



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From 1908 to 1910, this track was used to host the Vanderbuild races and featured overpasses and bridges to prevent intersections.  By the end o 1928, the track was 44 miles long.  



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