New Smyrna Speedway

New Smyrna Speedway also referred to as the "World Center of Racing," is a half- mile oval stationed just minutes outside of Daytona Beach, Florida. With several influential drivers including Richie Evans, Tony Stewart, Kyle Bush and Ryan Newman furthering the track's success, the hometown speedway continues to advance, becoming the first track to support Breast Cancer Awareness for one full- year.
  • Opened in 1964 as a dirt track before being converted to asphalt six months later.
  • The track was repaved in January 2007 and hosts the NASCAR Whelen All- American Series.
  • The half- mile banked oval has 600-foot straightaways, 720-foot turns with 23 degrees of banking and has a grandstand capacity of 8,000.
  • Richie Evans said it best, "If you can win at New Smyrna Speedway, you can win anywhere in the United States."