South Boston Speedway
It's hard to believe but drivers from across the nation have been turning left at South Boston Speedway for 50 years. South Boston Speedway is steeped in tradition, serving as the training ground for many of today's top NASCAR drivers. That's why South Boston Speedway has earned a reputation as the home of the best NASCAR sanctioned short track racing in the country.
South Boston Speedway, affectionately known as SoBo by fans, has recently undergone tremendous renovations which make South Boston Speedway one of the nations premiere short tracks. South Boston Speedway provides fans, sponsors and competitors with the same level of professionalism which is now the norm at America's Super Speedways, but in the warm and hospitable setting of a 4/10-mile oval. Now race fans can enjoy incredible short track action, combined with modern facilities and wholesome family fun and excitement, for less than the cost of taking the family to a movie.
In 1957, it was a modest quarter-mile dirt track. Today, SoBo is a state-of-the-art racing complex. With the addition of fan-friendly amenities, such as a swimming pool, playground, and hospitality area, SoBo is poised for another 50 great years of racing action. The list of drivers who've made the turns here at South Boston Speedway is a veritable who's who of racing legends:
￢ﾀﾢ Richard Petty ￢ﾀﾢ Junior Johnson ￢ﾀﾢ Ned Jarrett￢ﾀﾢ Darrell Waltrip ￢ﾀﾢ Bobby Allison ￢ﾀﾢ Cale Yarborough ￢ﾀﾢ Benny Parsons ￢ﾀﾢ Jeff and Ward Burton ￢ﾀﾢ Dale Earnhardt ￢ﾀﾢ Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
For ticket information call toll free (800) 955-5566.