Type: Oval Track
Race Days: Saturdays, March through September
Gate: Gates Open at 4:00pm
Divisions: Four Cylinders, Late Model, Renegades, Stock Car, Street Stock
Series: Local, NASCAR K&N
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: $12.00
Kid Tickets: Free (11 and under)
Senior Discount: Yes
Military Discount: Yes
Payment Options: Cash Only
ATM On Site: No
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The track opened in 1940 as a half mile dirt track. It was closed the following year for World War II like all race tracks in the United States. It reopened on July 4, 1946 in a race promoted by well known NASCAR promoter Bill France. The race the third of the day after 2 horse races. NASCAR began racing at the track in 1951. The track was paved as an asphalt track in April 1970. The last NASCAR Grand National race was held at the track in 1971, when NASCAR began cutting small tracks from its schedule.
The track held 29 races on the NASCAR Grand National tour between 1951 until 1971. It also hosted two NASCAR Busch Grand National tour races in 1983. The April 10, 1971 race at Greenville-Pickens Speedway was the first NASCAR race nationally televised from start to finish.