11955 S Harrison Road
Tucson, Arizona 85747
Type: Oval Track
Length: 3/8 Mile
Race Days: Year Round
Gate: varies by event
Divisions: Four Cylinders, Late Model, Modified, Pro Stock, Trucks
Series: Local, NASCAR Whelen All American
Fan Capacity: 6,500 seats
Seating: Bench Style Seating
Parking: On Site Parking is Free
Carry-In Policy: No Coolers Allowed
Alcohol Policy: Available On Site
Smoking Policy: Designated Areas Only
Chair Policy: No Outside Chairs Allowed
Camping: Available - No Hook Ups
Security: Private Security On Site
Adult Tickets: $12.00 (varies for special events)
Kid Tickets: $5.00 (11-16). Free (10 & under).
Senior Discount: Yes
Military Discount: Yes
Payment Options: Cash & Credit Cards
ATM On Site: Yes
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The track was built in 1968, originally as a clay oval. In 1982, International Speedway Corporation bought the facility and paved the racing surface in 1993. In 1995, the track hosted the second-ever NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race, the Racing Champions 200. This race returned in 1996 and 1997 as the NAPA 200 under the direction Brian France and NASCAR.
The track was also the home of the TV program Winter Heat Series, which ran during NASCAR’s offseason from 1994-95 to 1998-99. This program was the launching pad for the careers of drivers such as Greg Biffle, Kurt Busch, Matt Crafton, Ron Hornaday and others. In 2002, ISC sold the track to Deery Sports West, Inc. In 2006 to Dan and Joyce Ruth and it was re-named Tucson Raceway Park. They put extensive work into rebuilding the track after sitting for years unused. In 2008 the track was sold to Mark Ebert who also made many changes to the track.
In 2010, the track was closed. In 2013 John Lashley and Brad Cornelious took over the track and it was renamed to Tucson Speedway. After extensive remodeling it re-opened in 2013.
Was impressed with how well run everything was. Food was good, restrooms clean, plenty of garbage cans, great PA system. Great racing and well organized. Looking forward to going back.