New Smyrna Speedway

NEXT RACE: 
April 1
Pro Late Model 50. Super Stocks, Mod Minis and Bombers
Adults: $15
Seniors/Military: $13
Kids 11 & Under: Free
Detailed Schedule








Racing at 7:30pm on Saturdays
Racing at 7:30pm on Saturdays
​The World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Results

Night One Results
Night Two Rained Out
Night Three Results
Night Four Results
Night Five Results
Night Six Rained Out
Night Seven Results
Night Eight Results
Night Nine Results
Choquette All but Clinches Title with PLM Victory - Night 8
The fifth Pro Late Model race of the 2017 World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway (FL) was led to green by Jason Vail and Brandon Oakley, but it was Jeff Choquette that took the win after 100 laps of door-to-door excitement. Read Full Story

​Hirshman Wins Evans Memorial; Preece Wins WS Championship
Much like the John Blewett III Memorial 76 a night ago, the Richie Evans Memorial 100 for the Tour-Type Modifieds was decided on a final restart. Hirschman used his inside position with 13 laps remaining to get by the leader from a majority of the race, Ron Silk, coming out of turn two. Read Full Story



​Burton Wins SLM Title

New Smyrna Speedway (FL) has always been kind to Harrison Burton. He’s scored wins during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing every year since 2014 when he first came to the Florida half-mile. But 2017 was by far the best edition of Speedweeks for the second generation driver.

 
Burton left New Smyrna on Saturday night as the Super Late Model champion of the 51st Annual World Series. Burton picked up two wins on his way to the title and finished no lower than sixth all week long.  Read More



​New Smyrna Speedway Open Practice

New Smyrna Speedway will hold an open pratice on Friday March 24th.  Pit gates open at 5pm and practice is from 6pm-10pm. Pit admission is $15 per person.



​New Smyrna Speedway Teams Up with Bronson Speedway for Sportsman Series
A new racing series is coming to the state of Florida, and this time it isn’t a Late Model series or a Modified series. This time it’s the Sportsman driver’s turn. A new six-race Sportsman car series is heading to New Smyrna Speedway and Bronson Speedway beginning on April 22 as both tracks continue a partnership that was started in 2016.

The new series will feature six 50-lap races that will each pay $1,000 to the winner. The first race will be at New Smyrna on April 22 with the final race taking place again at New Smyrna on the day of the Governor’s Cup 200 on November 12. New Smyrna will also host the third race on August 26. Read More