$5000 to win Winged 600cc Sprints. Gates open at 3. Hot Laps start at 6:00pm!
Open and Intermediate Division racing as well…. read more
Millbridge Speedway is gearing up for Cook Out Kids Night. With Beginner Box Stocks and Box Stocks headlining the show, this event, scheduled for Wednesday, July 31st, is bound to be an exciting night for up-and-coming racers.
The Box Stocks will be racing for $500 while the Beginner Box Stocks will be going for $300, with a $50 Quick Time award also up for grabs for the top qualifiers.
The Open and Intermediate Divisions will qualify and race features only, while the Beginner’s and Box Stocks will race heats before their features.
Fans in the stands will have a lot to look forward… read more
$15 adult admission each night. $10 Kids 7-12, Kids 6 and under FREE.
Below is the schedule of events. Spectator parking in the normal parking lot will fill up fast so please use the overflow parking lot located EAST of the Speedway (Towards Salisbury). We will have parking attendants showing you where to go. Handicap parking will be in the overflow field as well. It is close to the grandstand entrance. There is NO parking by the fence in turn 3 like a weekly race. NO Personal vehicles will be allowed in the pits.
QRC Speed 51 Open Schedule
Tuesday May 21st
Gates… read more
NKA Engine Rules for all clone classes. Predator Engine rules are below.
This event will be OPEN TIRE for all classes (Except Beginner Box Stock and Box Stock. They will run impounded Hoosier Tires from Millbridge. Must Pre enter in these 2 classes).
Fuel Stop will be the Flying J gas station located at 3249 Chapman Road, Wytheville, VA (Basically in the parking lot of the Expo Center). 87 Octane Gas Only No additives.
All Flat Kart Winners purse is Guaranteed!
Predator 375 $50 Entry Fee $500 to win
Predator 400 $50 Entry Fee $300 to win (Payout top 10 if there is enough for… read more
Jesse Colwell scored a win that he will never forget Wednesday night at Millbridge Speedway. The 19-year-old racer from Red Bluff, California pulled away on a restart with five laps to go to win the inaugural Keith Kunz Giveback Classic and earn himself a ride for the 33rd Annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
“I think it means a lot,” Colwell told Speed51.com after the race. “It definitely was one of the biggest races of my career, and if there was one race I could ever win it was going to be this one that I wanted to win.”
Colwell, driving the No…. read more