Ross, Forsberg, Brown Jr., Youngman Win on Opening Night

MARYSVILLE RACEWAY Ross, Forsberg, Brown Jr. and Youngman Win on Opening Night (3/13/21)…Corning’s Keith Ross bested a 30-car field of Hobby Stocks to win the 20-lap feature event Saturday night at Marysville Raceway.  The Hobby Stocks were the class of the field with the surplus of cars on opening night.  Ross led all 20-laps and was shadowed by Yuba City’s Howard Law for the entirety of the event.  While those two were up front, third on back was a battle [...]

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Saturday Morning Update For Tonight’s Race

Happy Saturday Morning. Happy Race day. Quick update for pit area people. We are going to open the pass through gate from the pits to the grandstands to allow extra seating. Of course, Covid-19 protocols are still in effect with social distancing guidelines. Also, if Yuba County moves to the red tier as anticipated, we are set to allow the return of limited spectators with county guidelines in place for our April 3rd event. More details to follow.

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Dirt Oval Tv Set to Broadcast This Saturday

Good news as dirtovaltv.com will be headed back to Marysville Raceway this Saturday night to live stream our races. Please visit their website to view purchase information. We are thankful to partner up with them and Speed Sport TV for the fans unable to attend this Saturday night.

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March Towards Championship Starts Saturday

MARYSVILLE RACEWAY (March 8, 2021)                                                      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Championship Point Season Opener This Saturday The March towards the Marysville Raceway championship begins this Saturday night, March 13th, with four divisions ready to attack the quarter-mile oval speedway.  Unfortunately, no fans will be allowed into the main grandstands this weekend.  All persons welcomed into the pit area if you are 8 years of age or older.  All pit passes are $45.00.  Pit gate opens at 2 PM.  Cars on track at 5:30 [...]

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47 Sprint Cars Kick off Season Opener

MARYSVILLE RACEWAY (February 27, 2021) 47 Sprint Cars Kick off Season Opener at Marysville An all-out war was waged Saturday night during the season opener at Marysville Raceway.  The Saturday night show was highlighted by 47 sprint cars in the pit area.  Lincoln’s Blake Carrick emerged the winner in the winged 360 sprint car division.  Cameron Haney Jr. electrified the pit area only crowd with a last lap win in the Crate Sprints.  Boy Moniz dominated the wingless sprint car feature. Ryan Robinson [...]

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Open Wheel Sprint Car Opener This Saturday

MARYSVILLE RACEWAY (February 23, 2021)                                               FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Marysville Raceway is excited to host an early season racing event featuring winged 360 sprints, wingless and Crate sprints.  The open wheel themed night of racing is set to start an hour earlier than normal.  Pit gate will open at 2 PM, drivers meeting at 4:30pm and cars on track for wheel packing at 5:00pm.  All pit passes are $45.00. It will be great to see the stars and cars of all three divisions [...]

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Schedule Release For 2021

(Marysville CA 1/25/2021) …The tradition of grassroots dirt track motorsports continues at the Marysville Raceway in 2021.  After a limited and compromised 2020 season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Raceway is pleased to announce a full slate of auto racing and entertainment.  We are optimistic about this upcoming season but want to remind our competitors and fans that as we continue to navigate these uncharted waters, the schedule is subject to change on a weekly basis.  Safety of [...]

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Happy Holidays

(Marysville CA 12/28/2020) For more than 50 years Marysville Raceway has provided a motorsports venue for the Yuba Sutter area.  That tradition will continue with a new driver development and product test program at the Raceway. “We had a very limited 2020 race year with the Covid issues and related regulations” explained track manager Dennis Gage.  “We’ve regrouped and found a new purpose after the 2020 limits.” He continued.  “These race teams need a place to test their products and [...]

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