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  • Bruce Anderson will drive Patrick Henry Community College’s “Racing College of Virginia” Car at Martinsville Speedway.
    Students Prepare Car for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300
    Bruce Anderson didn’t get to make as many NASCAR Late Model Stock Car starts as he would have liked in 2016. However, when he fires the engine for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway, he knows he will have a lot of people in the stands rooting for him…or, more accurately, his team.
  • Kurt Busch is the latest driver added to the Green Flag Experience prior to the Goody's Fast Relief 500 on October 30.
    Kurt Busch Joins Martinsville’s Green Flag Experience Line-up
    Two-time Martinsville winner and the 2004 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion is the latest driver added to the Green Flag Experience lineup, prior to the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 on October 30 at Martinsville Speedway.
  • The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 on October 16 will have a new format.
    ValleyStar Credit Union 300 to Have New Format in 2016
    The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway on October 16 will have a new format in 2016, Track President Clay Campbell announced Friday.
  • Student's from Patrick Henry Community College's CADD program helped lay out the display lot.
    Martinsville Speedway Enlists Help from Patrick Henry Community College
    Students in the Computer-aided Drafting and Design program at Patrick Henry Community College are getting real world experience at Martinsville Speedway. For the first time, the speedway has enlisted the help of the school to design the layout of the display lot for Goody’s Fast Relief 500 race weekend.
  • 2016 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Champion Matt Bowling greets the crowd during the 2015 ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway. A win in the 2016 race would complete Bowling’s checklist of things to accomplish.
    National Champ Matt Bowling Looks for Perfect Season at Home Track
    Technically, Martinsville Speedway isn’t considered one of NASCAR’s “Home Tracks.” That title is reserved for the weekly race tracks throughout the country that locals flock to to see their neighbors, friends and family members beat and bang on summer nights. However, when the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 rolls around on October 16, the track transforms into the biggest “Home Track” of them all, and for the 2016 Whelen All-American Series National Champion the term “Home Track” couldn’t be more appropriate.
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    Martinsville Speedway Receives Virginia Tourism Corporation Grant for Tourism Marketing
    Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Martinsville Speedway received $50,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation Marketing Leverage Program grant fund. In total VTC awarded $927,000 for 43 tourism marketing projects across the state to help increase visitation and revenue for Virginia’s localities through tourism.
  • Curtis Markham accepts a trophy from Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell in Victory Lane following the first Late Model Stock Car race at Martinsville Speedway in 1985. Markham would go on to win a total of four Late Model Stock Car races at the historic half-mile speedway, the most of all-time.
    Curtis Markham Looks Back on Late Model Success at Martinsville
    When the green flag waves for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 on October 16 at Martinsville Speedway, it will mark 31 years since NASCAR’s Late Model Stock Cars debuted at the iconic half-mile racetrack. The list of names who’ve won at Martinsville in a Late Model Stock Car is a who’s who among short-track racers.
  • The Martinsville Speedway Ticket Office will open on Saturdays from 9-3 to give fans more opportunities to buy Goody's Fast Relief 500 tickets.
    Martinsville Speedway Ticket Office To Open On Saturdays
    With the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 quickly approaching, Martinsville Speedway will once again open the ticket office from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
  • Students who won the Read Your Way to the Race contest say the Pledge of Alliegence prior to the STP 500. The program is in it's 11th year and serves more than 15,000 students.
    Martinsville Speedway Continues Read Your Way to the Race Program
    School is back in session and when students hit the books this year, they will once again have the opportunity to hit the track, through Martinsville Speedway’s Read Your Way to the Race program.