Type: Oval Track
Length: 4/10 Mile
Race Days: April through September
Gate: Racing starts at 7:00pm
Divisions: Late Model, Legend, Modified
Series: Local, NASCAR Whelen All American
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 On Site
Security: Private Security On Site
Adult Tickets: $15.00 (may vary for special events)
Kid Tickets: $7.00 (6-15). $1.00 (5&under)
Senior Discount: Yes
Military Discount: Yes
Payment Options: Cash & Credit Cards
ATM On Site: No
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The original Old Dominion Raceway was a motorsport complex located in Prince William County just south of Manassas, Virgiania. The complex closed in 2012 after frequent noise complaints from neighbors, which prompted owner Steve Britt to search for a new location.
Old Dominion Raceway (ODS)was also the birthplace of the Late Model Stock Car, “The Late Model Sportsman and Limited Sportsman divisions, along with some support classes ran until 1979, when track promoter Dick Gore came up with an idea for a class that would become one of the fastest growing divisions in NASCAR. ‘They said it would never work’, says Gore, referring to the Late Model Stock Car division. But work it did as it became one of the most popular divisions, spreading throughout the country”.
The track was called Longview Speedway before the Gore family purchased it. The track hosted Grand National races in 1958 and from 1963 to 1966. Former racing greats such as Lee Petty, Richard Petty, Ralph Earnhardt, Ned Jarrtt, Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip have raced at ODS. In recent years, Mark Mcfarland won several track championships and Denny Hamling raced there. In 2006, Albert Anderson became the first African-American to win a race at Old Dominion Speedway.
The new location was broken ground in 2013 and opened in 2016 in Thornburg, Virginia.