Visit These Six Arkansas Racetracks
Plan your next visit to Arkansas and experience premier pedal to the metal racing. These six racetracks across the state prove to be an ideal way to enjoy your Arkansas adventure.
1. I-30 Speedway
From March through October, the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock hosts weekly racing events. This quarter-mile, red clay track is a top oval raceway in the Little Rock metro area. You and the family will be treated to races featuring 600cc Mini Sprint cars, 360 Winged Sprint Cars, and Super Stocks. Dirt-track racing fan from nearby cities like Conway, Lonoke, and Benton make frequent visits to I-30 Speedway.
Enjoy the Thrills of Racing in Arkansas
2. Riverside International Speedway
Enjoy the "Thrills, Chills, and Spills" at Riverside International Speedway on your next visit to West Memphis. As one of the top racetracks along the Arkansas Delta, Riverside hosts a slew of events – you can check these out when you drive in from nearby West Helena or Forrest City. The east side of the speedway even features a Kids Play Area.
3. Batesville Motor Speedway
Explore northern Arkansas for excellent racing options – don't miss the Batesville Motor Speedway in Batesville. Because it's a short drive from Hardy and Mountain View, the Batesville Motor Speedway is a premier dirt-racing track in the area. Throughout the spring and summer, the Batesville Motor Speedway is host to a number of different races, all equally fun for the whole family.
4. Crawford County Speedway
Plan your next visit to Van Buren and check out the dirt-track racing at Crawford County Speedway. Hosting races from March through September, Crawford County Speedway is known as one of the most family-friendly dirt tracks in the region. Drive in from Fayetteville or Clarksville and check out the mini-stocks and factory stocks race around this 3/8-mile gem.
5. Centerville Dragway
Just west of Little Rock area is the Centerville Dragway. As one of the top drag strips in the state, Centerville Dragway is an ideal destination for drag racing fans – be sure to drive in from North Little Rock. Each year in October, Centerville Dragway hosts the Street Legal State Championships.
6. Crowley's Ridge Raceway
Another of the premier northern Arkansas dirt tracks is Crowley's Ridge Raceway. Found in the city of Paragould, Crowley's Ridge Raceway is a quarter-mile clay oval track where admission is always just $10 for adults and $5 for kids under 12. In late May, you can watch the Cruiser Class Glen Francis Cup Race, or in September, see the Modified Glen Frances Cup Race.