Fast Cars and Fireworks this Saturday

Fast Cars and Fireworks this Saturday


Fast Cars and Fireworks This Saturday Night at Marysville Raceway


(Marysville, CA 6/26/23)…This Saturday night, July 1st, the sights and sounds of auto racing on the track will thrill the fans plus post-race fireworks will excite the young and old with an early tribute to America’s Independence. The combination of the speed of the cars on the track followed by the sky being lit up is one of the best ways to celebrate with the family at the Marysville Raceway.


The winged 360 sprint cars return to the main stage this Saturday night. The IMCA Sport Mods and Hobby Stocks are also ready to thrill the expected capacity crowd. Bring the entire family out to enjoy this amazing combination of speed and post-race thunder. There will be nothing else like it!


The pit gate opens at 3:00 pm. Front gate 5 pm. Cars on track 5:30 pm. Prices for this event will be $20.00 (for adults ages 16-61), $18.00 for seniors (62+) /juniors (12-15) and military with proper identification. Kids 11 and under are FREE, if they are accompanied by a paying adult. Parking is FREE. Full-service concessions, beer garden, and novelty booth will be open.


Fans can purchase tickets by following this link.


As of now, if you can’t attend as a fan,, is scheduled to broadcast the night’s racing. Head to their website to purchase this race.


Auburn’s Andy Forsberg, the 2021 track champion, is set to return, and try to end up in victory lane again. Forsberg won two weeks ago and loves coming to Marysville when the track hosts the fast cars and freedom event. Brian McGahan has shown he has what it takes to become a champion. McGahan leads Dawson Hammes by 38-points. Koa Crane sits all alone in the third spot. He holds a five-point edge over Carson Hammes. Billy Wallace rounds out the top five and is just 10-points ahead of Nick Larsen. Many more top drivers are expected to go for the win this Saturday night.


Howard Law leads the Hobby Stock charge into this weekend’s race. Law now has three wins and holds an 11-point edge over Zach Lindgren. This will mark the eighth race of the season for the Hobby Stock division. Kyle Cheney is in third and 22-points back of Law. Sebastian Davis continues to elevate his game and now holds down the fourth spot. Davis has a five-point edge over Joe Gillock. The Hobby Stock division continues to thrill the crowd with their close-knit racing and electrifying driving styles.


The IMCA Sport Mods has a new leader up front. Jason Clayton Jr. has taken over the top spot in points. Clayton Jr. has shown consistent finishes can lead to good things. In seven previous starts he has finished inside the top ten all seven times. Drivers chasing Clayton Jr. include Raymond Lindeman, Jimmy Ford, Scott Savell, and Mike Merritt. The action has been fast and ferocious in recent weeks with this division. The entertainment value for the IMCA Sport Mods has never been better.


A full rundown of championship points is available at our website


Marysville Raceway is located just off Simpson Lane next to the Marysville Flea Market in the Yuba River flood plain. The ¼ mile clay oval has operated for more than 60 years at this location.  Over time it has had numerous configurations and operators.  Improvements over the last decade have made the facility rival any California oval track operation and draws a large contingent of racers and fans.


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