Joey Logano is the first driver to join the Green Flag Experience.
Jun19
Joey Logano is the First Driver to Join the Green Flag Experience
Three-time Martinsville pole winner will take part in a moderated question-and-answer session prior to the Old Dominion 500.
More than 60 businesses have come together to ensure Celebration 2017 remains free.
Jun16

Fundraising Complete for Celebration 2017

More than 60 local businesses and organizations came together to ensure the July 3rd event remains free.
More than 150 Harley-Davidsons took to Martinsville Speedway as part of a HOG Rally.
Jun9

HOGs Run Amuck at Martinsville Speedway

More than 150 members of the Harley Owners Group visited Martinsville Speedway as a part of their Regional H.O.G Rally.
Red Byron, the first ever winner at Martinsville Speedway, was elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
May25

First Ever Martinsville Speedway Winner Elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame

Red Byron won the inaugural race at the historic track, 70 years ago.

Latest News

  • Feb 13

    A Weekend Getaway for a Family of Four for $324

    This year families can take in the STP 500 race weekend presented by whosyourdriver.org at Martinsville Speedway for just $324 with the Weekend Getaway Family 4 pack. The package includes camping, race tickets for all on track activity and food.

  • Feb 02

    Whosyourdriver.org to Present Martinsville Speedway Race Weekend

    This spring at Martinsville Speedway driver safety will be paramount, even after the checkered flag has waved, as DRIVE SMART Virginia and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles Highway Safety Office’s “Who’s Your Driver” campaign will present the STP 500 race weekend, Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell announced today. The weekend will be called the STP 500 Race Weekend presented by whosyourdriver.org.

  • Jan 26

    Martinsville Speedway Tests New LED Lighting System

    The spotlight, or spotlights to be more specific, shined on Martinsville Speedway Wednesday night, as four of the track’s new LED light towers were powered on. The lights, located along the backstretch of the half-mile racetrack, gave engineers and track staff the first glimpse of what the “Light Up Martinsville” project will look like when complete.

  • Jan 20

    Earles’ Contributions to NASCAR Recognized by NASCAR Hall of Fame

    Pioneer, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is “a person who begins or helps develop something new and prepares the way for others to follow.” When it comes to NASCAR and stock car racing Martinsville Speedway Founder H. Clay Earles certainly fits the bill. Seventy years after building the half-mile race track Earles’ work will be recognized forever, as he is the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s 2017 Landmark Award recipient, an award given for “outstanding contributions to NASCAR.”

  • Jan 17

    Martinsville Speedway Announces Date of First Night Race

    Mark the calendar. History will happen on September 23, as Martinsville Speedway will host the first race under the track’s new LED lighting system.

  • Dec 21

    First Light Poles Installed at Martinsville

    Martinsville Speedway’s “Light Up Martinsville” project hit a major milestone Tuesday as the first of 19 light poles was put in place. The project will make the track the first major motorsports facility in the United States to have LED lighting.

  • Dec 14

    Martinsville Speedway Debuts New Logo for 70th Anniversary

    In celebration of 70 years, the track will have a special 70th anniversary logo and will brand itself as “The Original,” an homage to its being the only track remaining from NASCAR’s original 1949 schedule.

  • Dec 13

    20th Annual Martinsville Speedway Raises More Than $10,000

    The 20th Annual Martinsville Speedway Christmas Toy Drive raised a little more than $10,000 for the Grace Network of Martinsville and Henry County to provide some Christmas joy to the faces of underprivileged and underserved children in the area.

  • Dec 06

    Martinsville Speedway to Give Grandfather Clock Trophy to One Lucky Ticket Holder

    In celebration of 70 years, the winner of the STP 500 won’t be the only one leaving Martinsville Speedway with an iconic grandfather clock trophy. One lucky ticket holder will win one as well.

  • Nov 22

    Martinsville Speedway to Hold Christmas Toy Drive on December 10

    Fans will once again have the opportunity to drive their personal cars around Martinsville Speedway while spreading Christmas cheer as the track will hold its 22nd Annual Christmas Toy Drive on Saturday, December 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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