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NOTE: The Driver's Meeting for regular season events will be held at 5 PM.


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Marysville Raceway
1468 Simpson Lane
Marysville, CA 95901

Marysville Raceway

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    All Star Modifieds, Economy Sprints, Street Stocks, Sport Mods, Super Stocks (Bike Races)
  • AUGUST 26:
    NO RACES - River Expo

  • Kids Bike Night Highlights Point Race No. 14
    Marysville, CA (August 15, 2017) …. The annual Kids Bike Night will take place this Saturday night, August 19th, at the Marysville Raceway. Kids 11 and under will be admitted FREE accompanied by an adult. Kids 11 and under are also recommended to bring their BMX style bicycle and during the intermission they get to race on the track for trophies and ribbons. Adding to the fun filled night geared towards kids, the Speedway is raffling off some free bicycles courtesy of North Valley Driveline Service and Automaxx of Yuba City.......(more
  • First Career Winged Sprint Car Win for Majdic
    Marysville, CA (July 29, 2017) – The theme of first time winged sprint car feature event winners continued Saturday night at Marysville Raceway. Redding’s Chase Majdic driving the Chuck Wolf Sand and Gravel No. 19 earned his first career 25-lap main event win. The 19-year-old started in the third row and quickly used his driving skills to navigate into the top spot. Majdic used the high line to his liking when he passed Mike Monahan for the lead. From there on out it was the Majdic show. Chase expertly dived in an out of back markers to keep his lead. Colby Wiesz was the driver on the move.......(more
  • Cooper Wins West Coast Sport Mod Tour Finale at Marysville
    Marysville, CA (July 29, 2017) – The sixth and final event for the Inaugural West Coast Sport Mod tour was another tremendous success. Twenty-eight drivers competed on a Saturday night in July at Marysville Raceway. Marysville’s Brian Cooper returned to victory lane with an impressive 20-lap feature event win. It was good to see Cooper get the win in front of his hometown family and friends. The Cooper family was instrumental in getting the tour racing and organized. Lee Jensen did all he could to mount numerous charges against Cooper in trying to take the lead but was never successful. Jensen finished just 0.320 behind Cooper at the finish. Phillip Shelby continued to be a force in Sport Mod racing. The current Marysville point leader finished third in tonight’s main event. Front running Michael Johnson crossed the line in fourth. Finishing fifth in the main event was good enough to secure Nick Spainhoward as the inaugural West Coast Sport Mod Tour Champion. Spainhoward won the main event at Chico on the previous night. Jerry Bartlett battled all race long to come home with a sixth-place finish. Bartlett should also be credited with a lot of the behind scenes work and securing bonus prizes awarded to the touring series drivers. Tyler Rodgers won the 12-lap semi-feature. The other five cars to transfer included Damian Merritt, Raymond Benkowski, Shane Devolder, Guy Ahlwardt, Patti Ryland. Shelby, Jensen, Bartlett and Howard Law were all victorious in eight lap heat races. Before the races started, the tour organized a pre-race barbeque for the competitors. The tour also supplied the top three with great trophies on top of other nice touches to make the series a success.......(more
  • West Coast Sport Mod Championship on Line
    Marysville, CA (July 26, 2017) – Marysville Raceway is pleased to host the West Coast Sport Mod Tour Championship this Saturday night, July 29th. This inaugural tour has produced 58 different drivers at the first four events. Silver Dollar Speedway will host this tour on Friday night making this a huge double header for this popular traveling series. Four other divisions will join the Sport Mods led by the winged 360 sprints, Dwarf Cars, wingless sprints and Super Stocks.......(more  
  • Corey Elliott Shines in Marysville
    Marysville, CA (July 22, 2017) – Bakersfield driver Corey Elliott won the 25-lap Bay Cities Racing Association (BCRA) feature event Saturday night at Marysville Raceway. Elliott inherited the lead when Hanford’s Michael Faccinto stopped in turn four. Faccinto had led the first 16 laps until the mechanical problem forced him to retire. Elliott went on to lead the final nine laps. Maria Cofer did a solid job and finished in the second spot. Cofer is an emerging talent that should get more attention than she does. Veteran Floyd Alvis was the final driver able to finish the race. He was credited with third. Faccinto was scored in the fourth spot. Nate Wait and J.R. Williams each stopped on lap 14. Alex Schutte would have been a factor tonight but on lap four he crashed into the turn three wall. It was a disappointing ending for him. Mason Daniel was the eighth and final finisher........(more
  • The Mighty Midgets Return to Marysville Raceway
    Marysville, CA (July 18, 2017) – The Might Midgets of the Bay City Racing Association (BCRA) are headlining point race No. 12 this Saturday night, July 22nd. This traveling cast of open wheel super stars will feature close competitive racing at the ultra-fast quarter-mile dirt track known at Marysville Raceway. The B.C.R.A. features an extensive history dating back to 1939.......(more     
  • Bobby Butler Beats the Heat and Wins at Marysville
    Marysville, CA (July 8, 2017) – While temperatures soared to nearly 106 degrees Saturday night at Marysville Raceway the fans were treated to a special dollar night and a good night of racing. Bobby Butler showcased his driving skills by leading all 25 laps during the 360-winged sprint car main event. It was his second win of the year at Marysville. “I want to thank the staff here at Marysville they have treated us really good and we love coming here,” said Butler in victory lane. Butler jumped out to an early lead and at times looked like he wasn’t going to be challenged. Yet, with five laps to go, second place Mike Monahan and third place Jeremy Hawes closed in. While Butler’s lead dissipated, he never wavered from the correct driving line. Butler won the event by just 0.493 seconds over Monahan. Yet, Hawes made the best charge at the finish line and only lost second place to Monahan by 0.094. It was a thrilling finish. Heath Hall started the evening by turning the fastest lap in qualifying at12.869 and finished off the night by placing fourth. Peter Paulson come home in the fifth spot. Monahan won the first heat race while Kevin Lovell dominated the win in heat two.......(more    
  • Dollar Night This Saturday at Marysville Raceway
    Marysville, CA (July 6, 2017) – This Saturday night, at Marysville Raceway, we are encouraging people to take advantage of an unprecedented special savings offered by promoter Dennis Gage. All grandstand fans will be admitted for just ONE DOLLAR. This is not a misprint, $1.00 is the cost for each person entering the main grandstands this Saturday night to watch a full night’s worth of racing at Marysville Raceway. Led by the winged 360 sprint cars, hobby stocks, super stocks, street stocks and economy sprints, this five-division night will entertain while not putting a dent into the wallet.......(more   
  • Castleberry, Spencer and Shelby Shine at Marysville
    Marysville, CA (July 1, 2017) – It was only fitting that James Castleberry parked the stars and stripes No. 04 Super Stock in victory lane Saturday night at Marysville Raceway. This night was about Fast Cars and Freedom with an early celebration for the July 4th festivities. The Castleberry No. 04 has always sported the colors of America and seemed to be the perfect fit in victory lane. “Yeah, I guess you’re right,” said Castleberry when asked about the car’s paint job and wining on this night. “I want to thank all the fans that came out to support Marysville Raceway and now let’s get ready for some fireworks.” Castleberry’s win wasn’t’ easy as he had to first pass the hard charging Mike Walko and then hold off Lisa Shelby. “We had some good competition here tonight and it felt good to get the win,” said Castleberry. Shelby finished second in a rare start. Walko recovered from a spin in turn two and drove hard to finish third. Rod Oliver and Michael Helwig rounded out the top five.......(more  
  • Andy Forsberg Surges from Ninth to Win
    (PETERSEN MEDIA- Marysville, CA)- Taking advantage of a rare Sean Becker mistake, and then racing his way past Geoff Ensign at the halfway point, Andy Forsberg completed the season sweep at Marysville Raceway with the Civil War Series presented by Flowmaster as he won for the third time in 2017 and for the 31st time in his storied career with the series........(more  

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