Owosso Speedway
Owosso Speedway

Owosso Speedway
Owosso, MI

Track Information


3/8 Mile

High Banked



742 ft.

The track opened in 1939 as a 1/4 mile dirt track. In 1944 and 1945 the track closed and served as a Prisoners of War (POW) Camp during WWII. In 1946, the track reopened with a new 1/2 mile dirt oval surrounding the 1/4 mile dirt track and operated this way until 1953. The track has changed ownership several times and has a rich history. Currently, the track was purchased by Ken and Gerry Williams in 2019.

Driving legends at the track include Benny Parsons, Gordon Johncock, Dick Trickle, Mark Martin, Ryan Newman, Kenny Schrader, Matt Kenseth, the late Joe Shear, Johnny Benson, Jr., Brad Keselowski and Erik Jones.

Drivers and fans are drawn to Owosso Speedway for the constant side by side action, 3-wide racing, and the family friendly environment which provides fun for the entire family.

Fan Info

  • Camping information unavailable
  • Small coolers only (no glass)
  • No ATM on site
  • All major credit cards accepted
  • Grass parking
  • Grandstand seating
  • Free Wi-Fi in pits and grandstands

Family Info

  • Open family seating
  • Free play area
  • Restroom information unavailable

Pit Info

  • Fans allowed in pits
  • No pit concessions
  • No electricity in the pits
  • Fuel available at the track
  • Check-in information unavailable
  • Pits located outside the track
  • Partially paved pit surface
  • Tires available at the track