Today’s edition of “50 States in 50 Shows” profiles Nodak Speedway in Minot, North Dakota.
The 3/8-mile dirt track is located 110 miles north of Bismarck and is located on the grounds of the North Dakota State Fair.
Watch the video for the full look Nodak Speedway.
The latest stop in NASCAR America’s “50 States in 50 Shows” series is New Hampshire.
After Rutledge Wood shows you where New Hampshire Motor Speedway gets the lobsters it awards to Cup race winners, it’s time to head north to Groveton, New Hampshire.
That’s where Speedway 51 is located.
The 1/4-mile paved oval has been open since 1964 and features late models and sportsman stock series. But it also hosts vintage snowmobile races in the winter.
Another attraction is the Winter Blast 100, which allows its entrants to compete with any kind of vehicle they want.
The latest edition of “50 States in 50 Shows” takes you to Nevada, home of Las Vegas Motor Speedway and Cup Series champions Kurt and Kyle Busch.
This segment shows off Lovelock Speedway, a 10-year-old track located north of Carson, Nevada.
In November, the dirt track hosts a race where the entry fee is a frozen turkey. All the turkeys are donated to a local food bank.
Kurt Busch then shares how his racing career got started in Las Vegas.
“I won a late model race while I was struggling in college,” the Stewart-Haas Racing driver told NASCAR America. “I felt that energy and that feeling of accomplishments, success and that value of getting a late model trophy. That’s the day I knew I wanted to pursue racing as a career.”
Watch the video for the full look at racing in Nevada.
The latest edition of NASCAR America’s “50 States in 50 Shows” series continues with another Midwestern state, Minnesota.
The track profiled today is Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley.
The 3/8-mile dirt track has played host to Cup drivers Kevin Harvick and Landon Cassill in races over the years. But there’s actually two tracks within the confines of the facility.
In the infield is a Button Buck Speedway, a 1/5-mile oval that holds slingshot races.
Every NASCAR Cup driver had to come from somewhere, and for Brad Keselowski and Erik Jones, they came from Michigan.
Today’s edition of “50 States in 50 Shows” takes you to the Great Lake State.
The track that gets our attention is Dixie Motor Speedway in Birch Run. A track Jones cut his teeth on and where he set a record in 2010 by becoming the youngest driver to win an ASA Late Model race when he was 14.
Oh, and they also race school buses at the track.