Track Info

Track: Myrtle Beach Speedway
Location: 455 Hospitality Lane, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Information: 0.538 mile – Semi banked Oval (seating capacity of 12,000 plus)
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Recently purchased and newly renovated, Myrtle Beach Speedway (originally named Rambi Raceway) was first built in 1958. Ever since its inception the racetrack has become the training grounds for some of NASCAR's biggest stars including names like Dale Earnhardt Jr. Four generations of Pettys and Three generations of Earnhardts have all taken a green flag at the Myrtle Beach Speedway. Myrtle Beach Speedway is hands down the best value for the entertainment dollar in town. No where else on the Grand Strand can you watch live racing action and see the future stars of NASCAR.Myrtle Beach Speedway is proud to be home of NASCAR Racing Experience, where you can actually drive a real NASCAR Race Car on the speedway or take a ride as a passenger. NASCAR Racing Experience operates almost daily throughout the spring and summer months. For more information, go to NascarRacingExperience.com

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Racing Times

Pits Open at 4 pm

Grand Stands Open at 5pm

Practice is at 5:30pm

Race starts at 7:30pm

Local Divisions

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Cars

Super Trucks

Limited Late Models

Street Stock

Mini Stock

Speedway Ticket Pricing – Regular Show Racing Events

Kids 12 and under Free

Students 13-18 years $10

Seniors 60 & over $10

General Admission $12

Pit Pass $25

-Closed toe shoes must be worn in the pits.

Season Pass $149.99

 

Myrtle Beach Speedway Track Records

NASCAR Nationwide Series                                        Elliott Sadler          19.525

NASCAR Whelen All American Series LAte Models        Gilbert King            19.808

NASCAR Goody’s Dash Series                                   Brian Sockwell        19.870

NASCAR Slim Jim All-Pro                                           Steve Holzhauson   19.013

 

 

Photos Courtesy of Edward Jordan