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Race Meeting Bullet Points 


Register for the 2017 Season

-Drivers/Teams can now register their car for the 2017 season. With the registration you will receive a FREE day of practice to be used whenever you would like. For Late Model drivers, your 2017 registration will also serve as your entry to the Daytona1 Beach Madness Tournament. For more info on the Daytona1 Beach Madness, please see below.


Schedule Changes:

-April 22nd race event moved to April 15th (race will now take place during Horry County Fair)

-May 20th race event moved to July 22nd (move due to Bristol's short track event)

-October TBA date has been set for October 21st



-All racing info will be found on this website, under the weekly racing tab (current page). 

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-There will be no rule changes from last year as of now.

-Late Models will run by the same rules they did in the 2016 MB400. The new built motor upgrade will not be allowed.


Race Days:

-The only day race schedules will be "The IceBreaker" in February and the "Spring Fling" event on March 18th.

-All other race days will see pit gates opening at 2 pm. Practice to follow around 3:15 pm.

-Euro Style Qualifying: Four drivers will leave pit road together and set their own gap for their 4 lap session.

-Similar to the Late Model twin format, Chargers will have two dates where they will run twin events.




Late Model Drivers sign up now! Click the link above. For more info on how the Daytona1 Beach Madness works, please view the video below.



Myrtle Beach, SC (December 13) – The 2017 racing season at Myrtle Beach Speedway is shaping up to be one of the most exciting in the track's 60 year history. A new event was just added to the schedule as the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will start its season on the historic half mile track. This will be the second NASCAR Modified event in the history of the speedway. The track has also moved two race dates for the upcoming season. The race date originally scheduled for April 22nd will now be held on April 15th during the Horry County Fair. The event scheduled for May 20th has been shifted to July 22nd to allow the track's weekly racers the opportunity to compete in the U.S. Nationals of Short Track Racing.

The new unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour is going to test Modified drivers' skills at 17 different race events throughout the eastern United States. The series is a combination of the Modified and Southern Modified tours. The event at Myrtle Beach is the second NASCAR Modified event at the historic track. The Southern tour ran at the speedway in 2009.

With the huge success of the Horry County Fair, it was decided to move the race event originally scheduled for April 22 to the final Saturday of the fair, April 15th. Admission to the fair will include admission to the races. The stands will be packed that night for the first round of eliminations for the Daytona 1 Beach Madness tournament.

After the announcement of the U.S. Nationals of Short Track Racing it was decided to reschedule the May 20th race to July 22nd in order for the local Myrtle Beach racers to participate in that prestigious event. The adjustment to the schedule has moved the second round of eliminations for the Daytona 1 Beach Madness tournament to July 8th as part of the Sun Fun 101 race.

The 2017 season begins at Myrtle Beach Speedway with the IceBreaker February 10th and 11th. In addition to Late Models, Chargers, Mini-Stocks and Vintage cars the track has added a 50 lap Modified feature. It will afford drivers a chance to put in some laps in advance of the Modified Tour race.

About Myrtle Beach Speedway - The Myrtle Beach Speedway, originally named Rambi Raceway, was built in 1958 and is located 455 Hospitality Lane, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The speedway is a semi-banked asphalt oval track that is 0.538 mile in length.The NASCAR Cup series competed at the Speedway from 1958 through 1965. The NASCAR Busch Series (now the Xfinity Series) raced at Myrtle Beach Speedway from 1988 to 2000. Currently the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race on Saturday nights from late February through November. The track also runs other racing classes including Late Model Charger, Super Trucks and Mini Stocks. The speedway is home of the Myrtle Beach 400, IceBreaker 200, NASCAR Racing Experience, Monster Jam, Nitro Circus, NOPI Nationals and Horry County Fair.

Press Release Provided by: Mike Neff