Racing is Heating Up

Racing is Heating Up


(April 13, 2021)                                                       FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Racing Heats up This Saturday Night

As the outdoor temperatures continue to rise in Northern California so does the on-track racing at Marysville Raceway.  The super star drivers that call Marysville Raceway home continue to amaze the loyal fans with deft defying moves around the action-packed quarter-mile dirt track.  This Saturday night, April 17, the winged 360 sprint cars, dwarf cars and vintage hardtops are set to heat up your nighttime viewing activity.

On-line ticket sales can be purchased at and then click on the tickets tab.  Fans can also copy this direct link to bypass the website and buy their tickets at

Pit gate for the competitors will open at 3 PM.  Front grandstand gate will open at 5 PM.  Cars will hit the action-packed quarter-mile oval dirt track around 6 PM.  Qualifying, heat races and main events will serve as the nights format.

Tickets purchased online are $15.00 for adults, $13.00 for juniors and seniors and $6.00 for kids.  There is a $2.00 fee associated with the purchase.  Tickets can be purchased at the track with on-line ticket assistance and cost $17.00 on race day for adults, $15.00 for juniors and seniors and $8.00 for kids.  With the good news that the grandstands are back open for the families and friends of our competitors, we also want to remind our fans to social distance themselves from other people while at the facility. Masks are recommended to be worn.

For those unable to attend we are a new member of the Speed Sport TV network, with assistance from IMCA Racing.  Fans can purchase the live streaming event at or

This event also marks the end of three consecutive Saturday nights of racing, and we recommend you attend this show because following this April 17th, auto racing does not return to Marysville Raceway until May 15th.  That is a big gap in the calendar for our loyal dirt track competitors and fans.

Plenty of speed will be on display this Saturday night as the popular winged 360 sprint cars will headline the show.  The series is lead by Grass Valley driver Billy Wallace.  Chasing him tightly is Jake Haulot of Cotati.  Veterans Pat Harvey, Kevin Lovell and Korey Lovell are on top of their game and look to get back into victory lane soon.  Rookie RJ Baker of Orland sits fifth in points and is a constant threat to win.  Over 20 Dwarf cars are expected to thrill the grandstand crowd.  Close, tight knit racing, along with lightening fast cars are what the fans can expect this Saturday night.  Joining the fun is the Vintage Hardtops.