• Read Your Way To The Race celebrates 10 years.
    Read Your Way To The Race Celebrates 10 Years
    In 2005, in an effort to get students to Martinsville Speedway through reading, the Read Your Way to the Race program was started. Now, 10 years and 15,000 students later, the program is still going strong.
  • The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 will have a new format.
    ValleyStar Credit Union 300 Undergoes Format Change
    NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious Late Model Stock Car race, the ValleyStar Credit Union 300, will have a new format in 2015.
  • Billy Moore is recognized for 33 years at Martinsville Speedway.
    Martinsville Speedway Recognizes Billy Moore
    The year was 1982. Michael Jackson’s album Thriller was released, E.T. was the box office smash, and Billy Moore came to Martinsville Speedway for his first day on the job. Thirty-three years later, the track’s maintenance facility has been renamed the “Billy Moore Maintenance Facility” in his honor.
  • Clint Bowyer joins Jeff Gordon and Kurt Busch as drivers scheduled for the Green Flag Experience.
    Clint Bowyer is the Latest Addtion to Green Flag Experience
    Martinsville Speedway’s Green Flag Experience just got even more entertaining with the addition of Clint Bowyer. Bowyer, often referred to as one of the funniest drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, joins Jeff Gordon and Kurt Busch as drivers scheduled to take part in emceed question-and-answer sessions the morning of the Goody’s® Headache Relief Shot®500 on Nov. 1.
  • Kurt Busch Joins Green Flag Experience
    Kurt Busch Scheduled To Appear in Green Flag Experience
    When it comes to getting NASCAR’s biggest names in the Green Flag Experience, Martinsville Speedway delivers. Kurt Busch is the second driver scheduled to take part in a moderated question-and-answer session prior to the Goody’s® Headache Relief Shot® 500 on Nov. 1 Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell announced today.
  • More than 30 vehicles were on hand for Touch-A-Truck
    Martinsville Speedway Hosts Second Annual Touch-A-Truck
    Martinsville Speedway’s infield was full of race cars, fire trucks, ambulances and tow trucks Saturday, but there was no race. Instead, The Charity League of Martinsville and Henry County held its second annual Touch-A-Truck at the track, giving more than 800 people an up-close look at more than 30 vehicles.