Caraway Speedway was originally built in 1966 as a dirt track. The track was paved in 1972 and joined the NASCAR Weekly Series Family as a .455 mile asphalt short track.
Caraway Speedway was owned and operated by Russell & Valastra Hackett from 1977 to 2010. Russell turned over operations to Darren and Renee Hackett for the 2011 season. Caraway Speedway hosts a variety of weekly series, several Whelen Southern Modified Series events, as well as other touring series.
Saturday night events at 7 p.m. to allow fans to spend some time with their favorite drivers after the races. A new $10.00 general admission charge for the grandstands and trackside will be in place for all regular events with the extended distance and touring series events remaining at $20.00.
Track Details …
Surface: Asphalt (Paved in 1972)
Sanction: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
Size: 0.455 miles
Banking: 13 degrees in turns, 9 degrees on straight aways
Seating Capacity: 6,800
Track Records …
Qualifying Record Overall: George Brunnhoelzl III (15.752 sec. / 102.844 mph) NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified
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