Stateline Speedway

The Stateline Speedway consists of a quarter- mile paved oval accompanied by a figure 8 track stationed in its center. The track was established in 1974 in Post Falls, Idaho, just east of the Washington border and has since, had several owners to aid in its growth and advancement.
  • Built in 1974.
  • Hosted a NASCAR K&N Pro Series West event in 1974 when Jim Insolo bested Chuck Wahl for the checkered flag.
  • The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West returned to the .25-mile oval in 1985 and saw Jim Robinson best Ruben Garcia, father of NASCAR Next driver Ruben Garcia Jr.
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