OffRoad Speedway Sponsors

The OffRoad Speedway season may be getting started soon. The schedule that was put out for sponsor nights at the OffRoad Speedway will need to be amended. With the limited number of nights going forward, the space in the Sponsor’s booths could be crowded. We would like to let our sponsors know that we will not be cutting back on your passes and we will make every attempt at making your night at the races everything it should be.  Fans [...]

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Situation for May 23rd and beyond.

 Everyone here at the OffRoad Speedway did what we could to get a race in for this weekend. Jerry was on the phone constantly. Kevin was in contact with our Senator and Brian sent emails to the Governor’s chief of staff. Robyn and Shannon did their part for registering. Track prep crew was working diligently. Mowing and weed eating was being done. Staci had set up workers and Mark was planning on opening Scott’s Smoke Shack. As of yesterday, [...]

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New format for May 23rd!

The event at the OffRoad Speedway for May 23rd, will have a more realistic feel for the drivers. Similar to the first practice, cars will be pitted 30ft apart to follow the Health Directives of the Governor. Also, no fans will be allowed in the Grandstand. This again is to keep the social distancing as suggested. The format is to make it is realistic as possible. Cars will be assigned according to class and draw. This will allow for the [...]

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Practice April 25th

Practice at the OffRoad Speedway is still on. There were rumors that because of the situation at the Tyson plant we were going to have to change our plans. There is one change though and that is we have to start a 1/2 hour later at 5:30. Pits will open at 4:00. See below for refresher of practice rules and procedures. And as a reminder please bring your own pens, one person per car to check-in and above all, keep to [...]

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A note from the Promoter

The OffRoad Speedway has been given the green light to practice April 25th. We are allowed to follow the practice schedule and procedures that I-80  Speedway used for their practice this past weekend. There are few changes we need to make but it will not affect the safe practices that we need to follow. -The 1st practice session will go into the pits the usual way. Arrive at the Pit shack, one team at a time to sign in and pay. -The [...]

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A Note from the Promoter

The OffRoad Speedway schedule is being amended by situations out of our control. As of right now, we can not start our racing season until after May 6th according to to State directives, due to the Coronavirus. It does appear though, we can have practice. We will still have to follow guidelines as far as social distancing is concerned. In the past we have had practice nights where the fans could come into the grandstands for free. Unfortunately we [...]

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A Note from the Promoter

The Coronovirus Pandemic has caused cancelations across the Sporting world. Even NASCAR has taken steps to run the Atlanta and Miami races without spectators. Local dirt tracks and series may also be affected. From what I have seen from around the country with Promoters and track owners, is a wait and see attitude, because most season openers are weeks away. Things can change quickly and and impossible to predict what may or may not happen. The OffRoad Speedway practice [...]

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Notice to drivers

Drivers, Please get registered for the 2020 Season. Submit your registration online by going to the team info tab on the OffRoad Speedway website.  Anyone wishing to purchase a transponder, please contact Brian at 841-9910 so we can put an order together.  Hardwired transponders are $170 and rechargeable $220. Also, if we can get driver profiles submitted it will be appreciated. The information will be used by the track announcer when recognizing the top 3 in a feature race. If unable [...]

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A Note from the Promoter

The annual OffRoad Speedway Independence Day Special will be held July 1st this year. I am excited to announce this event will be renamed to the Don Weyhrich Classic presented by Renegade. Along with Renegade Stores, OutBack MotorSports will also be sponsoring the Sport Mod class. This will be an IMCA Draw/ReDraw event. Also, passing points in the heats will be used to set the lineup for the A-Features. The usual parade lap led by the midseason points leaders, [...]

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2020 Registration

The 2020 race season registration form is now up on the website under the team info tab.  Also if there is a need to order transponders, please contact Brian at 402-841-9910 or email to signor@telebeep.com 

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