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Preliminary 2023 Schedule Released
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New Smyrna Speedway suspends all events for rest o...
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Preliminary 2023 Schedule Released

Preliminary 2023 Schedule Released

11/15/2022 -
Our preliminary 2023 schedule for January and February 2023 has been released! These dates include the annual Red Eye 50/50 on January 7th, The 2022 A
2022 Penalty Box

2022 Penalty Box

6/20/2022 -
3/19/2022 47 Steven Wright Bomber A DQ (weight) 2 Ron Whaley Sportsman DQ (Did not report to tech) 3/26/2022 25 Dan Webb Bomber A DQ, $250 fine and 2
Hart to Heart Breast Cancer Foundation

Hart to Heart Breast Cancer Foundation

10/19/2022 -
To the Racing Community Thank you for your continued support and understanding while we deal with the damage caused by hurricane Ian. Unfortunately th
New Smyrna Speedway suspends all events for rest o...

New Smyrna Speedway suspends all events for rest o...

10/18/2022 -
Press Release, Oct 18, 2022 New Smyrna Speedway Due to extensive damage caused by Hurricane Ian, New Smyrna Speedway is suspending all events for the
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History

History of New Smyrna Speedway

In 1964 the Hart family, headed by Clyde Hart, found a piece of land about 10 miles from Daytona Beach and decided it would be a perfect place for a racetrack. The 55-acre piece of property was once a breeding ground for armadillos and, at the time, inhabited quite a few rattlers and a couple of gophers. There is nothing like the roar of a racing car to clear out the undesirables.

Clyde Hart’s vision included a banked half-mile dirt track that went by the name Daytona Raceway. Just six months later, Hart realized his dirt track didn’t provide the best racing due to the consistency of the dirt. The track was then paved over and eventually the name changed to New Smyrna Speedway. Back then NSS played host to Late Models, Sportsman and even a car known as an Early Model. Today, the track hosts Late Models and Sportsman and is still under the direction of the Hart family-Clyde’s son Robert runs the track.

NSS spent its first six months as a dirt track. Due to the consistency of the dirt, the surface was not conducive to racing and the Hart family paved the high banks.

Two years after the opening of the track in 1966, NSS held the first World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. This was originally a four-night event filled with racing.

“A lot of famous names have raced here,” says Roberts. “Richie Evans, who was known as ‘Mr. Modified,’ the Allisons-Bobby, Donnie and Davey, Rusty Wallace, Mark Martin, Dick Anderson, Dick Trickle, Neil Bonnett, Harry Gant. This was the home track for Dan Pardus. He was a Mini Stock champion here some years ago. Tony Stewart has raced Modifieds here. The list is phenomenal. Each year we see a lot of our old friends.”

Credit to Meghan Fraizer