Q. Where Can I Purchase Tickets?
A. Tickets are for sale each race night at the Speedway box office. Advance tickets may be purchased through the Speedway website or office for pick up on race night.
Q. What Time Do The Races Start And End?
A. Races begin at 7:30 PM and we strive to be finished no later than 10:30 PM.
Q. Is Camping Available?
A. Yes, free overnight camping is allowed on race nights/weekends. No hookups.
Q. What Types Of Food Do You Sell At The Track?
A. We pride ourselves in serving quality food at reasonable prices! Our fare includes all the traditional outdoor sports food: burgers, hot dogs, french fries, nachos, popcorn, soft drinks, etc.
Q. What Accommodations Do You Have For Handicapped Race Fans?
A. We have convenient handicapped-only parking near the main gate and level, paved viewing areas in front of the grandstands.
Q. What Are The Track Seating Options?
A. We have permanent bleacher seating for over 4,000 fans plus a grass-covered hill where spectators can put down blankets.
Q. Should I Bring Anything Specific?
A. Bring your enthusiasm and prepare for a good time! Seat cushions, sunblock, & a jacket are all recommended. Next time, bring a friend!
Q. What Items Are Not Allowed At The Track?
A. You are not permitted to bring in any alcohol or glass containers of any kind. Coolers are limited to six-pack size. As the track is a noisy and crowded place, please use you best judgment on bringing pets to the track. Any animal being unruly or deemed a threat to fellow spectators will need to be removed from the premises.
Q. How Are the Race Lineups Determined?
A. Each division will participate in Time Trials before the start of racing. The fastest lap turned by each driver will be his/her “qualifying time” for the evening. Once qualifying is concluded, the races will be set with either a partial or full “inversion”. Under the “inversion” plan, faster-qualified cars are placed behind slower-qualified cars to create passing and ensure exciting action for the fans. To encourage drivers to do their best in qualifying, lap times will be monitored during all races. Should the leader or another car be found running significantly faster than her/she qualified, offending driver will be disqualified from competition or sent to the tail of the race.