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Tucson Speedway


TUCSON TRACK FACTS

K&N Pro Series West & Whelen All-American Series History (1984-pr.)

March 3, 2015 - 6:35pm
Tucson Speedway, also referred to as the “Track too tough to die,” is a 3.8-mile paved oval located in the desert of Tucson, Arizona. It was resilient throughout the 1900’s while hosting the Racing Champions 200, NASCAR’s second Craftsman Truck Series race in 1995. The speedway experienced several upgrades before re-opening in 2013.

• Was known as Tucson Raceway Park in 1993 and Raven Speedway from 1968-93.
• Was built in 1968 and was originally clay.
• The track was closed in 2010 and re-opened in 2013.
• Re-joined the Whelen All-American Series in 2014. 
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Track Facts

tucsonspeedway.com

SERIES
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series

DIVISIONS

Super Late Model
Limited Late Model
Pro Stock
Pro Trucks
Modified
Hornet

TRACK SOCIAL MEDIA
  


SHAPE: Oval
SURFACE: Paved
LENGTH: .375-mile

TRACK ADDRESS
11955 S. Harrison Road
Tucson, AZ, 85747
520-762-1600

MAILING ADDRESS
6262 North Camino Verde
Tucson, AZ, 85747


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CURRENT WEATHER
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  • Temperature: Array
  • Wind: Variable, 2.3 mph
  • Sunrise: 13:31 GMT
  • Sunset: 0:44 GMT