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Drag Strip Series: Colorado

We’re here virtually in the Centennial state known as Colorado. Although some of these tracks may be closed due to the winter season, there’s no reason as to why you can’t add them to your bucket list to visit in 2021. Bandimere Speedway John Bandimere Sr. first broke ground here in 1958 in order to establish a safe place for racing as well as a place to learn more about automotive repair and performance. The Speedway has undergone some major changes since it was first... Read More
Posted by Amber Ambrose at Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Drag Strip Series: California Part 2

We’re back in California to cover a couple of tracks we didn’t get a chance to highlight in our first blog . Here you’ll find drag strips that’ll cover the majority of the West coast including one in a military airport—have a look.  Samoa Drag Strip - Eureka, CA This drag strip opened 65 years ago in Humboldt County California. The dragstrip is a quarter-mile long and they offer free Street Legal Drags. As of now they’ve finished their racing... Read More
Posted by Amber Ambrose at Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Drag Strip Series: Arkansas

Today, we make our way to Arkansas. We’ll be honest, Arkansas made us really do some digging as we searched for drag strips. Why? Well, it could be because they really love off-road racing (so do we). Here’s where you can race in Arkansas—on the drag strip or on an off-road track. Centerville Dragway Inc. Centerville Dragway Inc. is a hot spot for drag racers all over Arkansas and a proud family-owned business. The strip is 1000 and ⅛ mile race track and has been open... Read More
Posted by Amber Ambrose at Monday, August 24, 2020