New Smyrna Speedway

October 1, 2016
Double Pro Late Model Features, Sportsman, Modifieds, Spoertsman Dash for Cash and Bombers
Adults: $15
Seniors/Military: $13
Kids 11 & Under: Free
Event Schedule

Clyde Hart Memorial Coming Up on June 30
6-18-16 - NSS Staff
The prestigious Clyde Hart Memorial Super Late Model race at New Smyrna Speedway is coming up on Thursday, June 30.  Sportsman, Modified and Bombers will also be in action that night. Adult general admission will be $20. Seniors/Military $13. Kids 11 and under free. 

There will be a practice session on Wednesday, June 29 from 6-10 p.m.. Pit gates open at 3 p.m. Pit admission will be $15 or $40 for a two-day bracelet. 

Important Upcoming Race & Practice Information!
7-25-16 - NSS Staff
All: Open practice Thursday, July 28th 6pm-10pm.  Pits open at 5pm and cost is $10 per person.
Addendum to Safety Rules Regarding Radios ​

Pro Late Models: August 6th race is a tire impound race. Also, double features will be run on September 3rd.

Sportsman: Double features will be run on August 13th & September 10th

Racing at 7:30pm on Saturdays
Racing at 7:30pm on Saturdays
New Smyrna Speedway 2017 Schedule Released
8-5-16 - NSS Staff

The New Smyra Speedway 2017 schedule has been released, including a detailed schedule for the 51st Annual World Series of Asphalt Racing.

See the full scheduled here 

Open Practice Friday Night - September 23rd
9-20-16 - NSS Staff

There will be an open practice Friday night, September 23. Pit gate will open at 3pm with practice from 5 to 9pm. Pit Admission will be $10 per person. There will be two day pit passes on sale for $35 each. 

Important Announcement from New Smyrna Speedway
8-31-16 - NSS Staff

Due to Tropical Storm Hermine and the potential aftermath, New Smyrna Speedway is suspending all track activity including Saturday night's racing program. The offices will re-open Tuesday September 6. Racing will resume Saturday September 10th. The Pro Late Models will run double features on October 1. We would like everyone to prepare their homes for the storm and stay safe.