Retro Stock Car Races
Stock car racing is all American pastime. Born in the days of the Prohibition, it proved popular. It began to spread in 1920s, by the late 40s it was a common source of entertainment. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) formed in 1948 to give congruency to the many leagues that had sprung up around the country. Today, stock car racing is a well-governed sport. NASCAR is the No.1 spectator sport in the United States and the second most popular televised sport broadcast worldwide. It continues to grow in popularity, and roughly 40 percent of its fan base is now female. Not many professional sports can claim that women make up almost half of their audience.
Retro stock car races are held every Wednesday.
Practice begins at 7:30 p.m.
Races begin at 8:00 p.m.
Entry fee for each race is $15.00.