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COOS BAY TRACK FACTS

 

 Coos Bay Speedway is a 3/8 mile dirt oval in Coos County, Oregon, just 2.5 hours Southwest from Eugene, Oregon. Opened up in the early 70's as a paved oval racing surface, then converted to dirt in 2007. The multi-purpose venue also features an eighth-mile NHRA drag strip and hosts yearly Mud Drag events.

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GRANDVIEW TRACK FACTS


-1/3-mile high-banked clay oval.
-Grandview opened in 1963.
-While the track has been widened throughout the years, the overall length has never been changed.
-Darrell Waltrip, Rusty Wallace, Sterling Marlin and Kyle Petty have all made laps at the high-banked track.
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ALASKA TRACK FACTS

Alaska Raceway is a unique third-mile oval asphalt track in the scenic mountains of Palmer, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The raceway was opened in 1964 as a drag strip with the oval opening in 2016 as part of the NASCAR Whelen All- American Series. 

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LIMALAND TRACK FACTS


-1/4-mile dirt track owned by the University of Northwestern Ohio.

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LAKE COUNTY TRACK FACTS


-Features a 1/5-mile oval and a figure 8 track.
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SOUTHERN NATIONAL TRACK FACTS


-Southern National opened in 1993 with Scott Riggs (former Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver) winning the track championship.
-The track joined the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series family in 1998.
-One of the most notable events each year at the facility is the Thanksgiving Classic.

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SPENCER TRACK FACTS

-Track hosts weekly NASCAR racing located in New York. 

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ROCKFORD TRACK FACTS

Rockford Speedway is a quarter- mile paved oval located in Loves Park, Illinois. With drivers such as Matt Kenseth, Mark Martin, Dick Trickle and Greg Biffle among the track's repertoire, the speedway trailblazed its way into history as Northern Illinois' "longest running sports and entertainment venue."

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ADAMS COUNTY TRACK FACTS

The Adams County Speedway is an oval half-mile dirt track founded in 1888. The speedway was originally operated as a county fairgrounds known for its horse racing. It has continued to progress and hosts the NASCAR Whelen- All American Series in Corning, Iowa just north of the Missouri border.

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HOLLAND TRACK FACTS


-Built in 1960 as a 1/3-mile dirt oval.
-Expanded to a 3/8-mile in 1964.
-In 1968, Holland was converted to asphalt.

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