At the time of this article, as a part of the agreement for opening with the State of Delaware, social distancing measures are still in place. Masks must be worn by all spectators at both facilities, fans must socially distance when entering/exit any part of the facility with other spectators, and groups of fans who are not of the same household shall be socially distanced by at least 6 feet in all spectator seating areas. This will be enforced by track officials.
Where can I purchase tickets? Tickets (spectator or pits) are purchased at the ticket booths as you enter the speedway. Reserved seats can be purchased once inside at the main souvenir stand for just $2 more. For the World of Outlaw Late Model event, reserved seats may be purchased with a major credit card by calling 302-875-1911 Mon. through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
What time do the races start and end? Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps beginning at 7 p.m. with qualifying immediately following. Racing normally concludes around 11-11:30 p.m. but can run later due to unexpected circumstances (major accidents, rain showers, etc.).
Is Camping available? Free camping is available in the front lot just outside the main entrance. No services are available.
What type of food do you serve at your track? Our concession stands provide a wide variety of food and snacks including: pizza, chicken tenders, hot dogs, hamburgers, cheese steaks, fried shrimp, chicken sandwiches, French fries, sodas, ice cream and more and are reasonably priced.
Are coolers allowed? Yes. Any size cooler is allowed if you keep it in your vehicle. Coolers in the stands cannot exceed 14x14x14 inches and cannot contain glass containers.
What accommodations do you have for the Handicap? There is limited handicap parking along the first turn fence.
Where do we park at the track? Once inside the gates you may park in any space that is not marked by signage as reserved and does not block the roadway or block in another vehicle.
What is the track’s seating options? Both general admission and reserved seating ($2 additional) is available along the front straight for regular events. Pit seating is available in the third and fourth turn with the purchase of a pit ticket ($25 for regular shows).
Should I bring anything specific? Nothing specific is necessary. A seat cushion and ear plugs are a good comfort choice.
What items are not allowed at the track? Spectators may not have glass containers on the grounds. Pets must be on a leash. Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.