All American Sepedway

Located at the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville, CA, the All American Speedway started out as a quarter-mile dirt track that doubled as a rodeo stadium in 1955, and was originally called "Roseville Speedway". Similar to most speedways in the area, the fairgrounds did not build the track specifically for auto racing. But after the success of the Jalopies and Super Modifieds, the track was paved in 1972 and took on the name "All American Speedway".


Calistoga Speedway

Calistoga Speedway is a semi-banked, clay oval track on the grounds of the Napa County Fairgrounds.  The half mile is one of the biggest clay ovals in the western United States and one of the oldest, celebrating it's 78th hear of open wheel sprint car and midget racing.   In 2015, it will host the World of Outlaws, King of the West, Civil War and United States Auto Club sprint car series and the AMA Flat Track national championship motorcycle series. More info is at (916) 773-7223.  

Antioch Speedway

Antioch Speedway, located at the Contra Costa County Fairgrounds in Antioch, is home to a lightning fast ¼ mile, semi-banked clay oval. Known as a "bullring," the tacky race track provides for non-stop action on the tight track. Antioch Speedway hosts some of the most exciting dirt track racing events in the area and runs a weekly race program every Saturday night, mid-March through September. A typical Saturday night program features between 5 - 7 different classes of cars, from beginner classes to the professional classes, such as Sprint Cars, Late Models and Dirt Modifieds. We host several special events throughout the season. Check out Antioch Speedway, "Where Action Is The Attraction!"

Madera Speedway

March 1st marks the start of the 2008 racing season with the first open practice and play day for the Madera Speedway. The grandstands with be open and free for all race fans that would like to attend any of the practices held in March. Come out and see your favorite drivers and the new look of their cars for the 2008 season.

Ukiah Speedway

Located at the Redwood Empire Fairgrounds in Ukiah, California, the Ukiah Speedway is host to some of Northern California's most exciting racing action. We offer a tight outdoor Motocross track and a quarter-mile asphalt oval for stock car auto racing. We also offer one of the most popular "Outlaw Go-Kart" racing series in Northern California at the Lakeport Fairgrounds. Our Lakeport facility offers racing through the winter on our indoor dirt oval. Also this year, Ukiah Speedway is teaming up with Velocity Video to bring fans a half-hour race highlight show, called North Coast Race Report. This show will air Sundays at 7PM and Thursdays at 2:30PM on The Bay Area's TV50. If you're a competitor or a fan, be sure you take the trip to the Ukiah Speedway to take part in the most exciting racing action in the North State!

Petaluma Speedway

Petaluma Speedway is the fastest 3/8th's mile dirt oval in Northern California. With a wide racing surface, moderately banked corners, and the tackiest track around, the racing action is unmatched. Sprint Cars, Late Models, Dirt Modifieds, Super Stocks, Dwarfs, and Mini Stocks headline the races each week with intense action. Legendary drivers have worked their craft at Petaluma Speedway while advancing towards the elite ranks of NASCAR and more. Many of today's drivers including Alissa Geving are poised to reach such levels and continue to hone their skills here at Petaluma Speedway. Join us June 20th and help to contribute to Kyle Petty's Victory Junction Gang Camp. A portion of ticket sales proceeds will be donated to the camp. All other weekends, come see some of the best local racing action around just 20 minutes west of Infineon and only 30 minutes north of the Golden Gate bridge.