Message from the Williams Families

First-Happy Fathers Day! Anyone can Father a child-it takes someone special to be a Dad. Thank you all! June has been a challenging month for Owosso Speedway. Making the decision to race or not is never easy and always done with the input of our management team. We put fan and driver safety first in our final decisions. It feels like a repeat of our first season-Mother Nature and technical difficulties have worked against us this month. We will be meeting to discuss the events that took place yesterday. Please keep your tickets and...

Outlaw Super Late Models Saturday, June 26th

OUTLAW SUPER LATE MODELS: The pay-out for the Saturday, June 26h race: 1st: $2,000 2nd: $1,300 3rd: $900 4th: $800 5th: $750 6th: $650 7th: $600 8th: $550 9th-24th: $500 Tires are Hoosier F70 slicks. To place your order TEXT your name, car # and chalk marks to Dennis 517-798-7793 by NOON on MONDAY, JUNE 21st. Cost $500 set. Tires will be impounded and released before qualifying. You will be given a scuff session. Do to the demand the Manufacturer may substitute for the next closest size chalk marks.

Racing Cancelled June 12th

6-12-21 Due to inclement weather forecasted for race time Owosso Speedway has cancelled  for tonight.  Join us next week for Autograph night with the Howe Racing Enterprise Modifieds, Geyer Auction Service Sportman, Owosso Auto Mall Pure Stocks, Parisian Home Improvement FWD, Finish Line Auto Repair Trucks.

Reseigh Reigns in Truck Shoot out

by Ed Inloes Owosso, MI (06/05/2021) – Another summer-like evening greeted everyone on Saturday night at Owosso Speedway. It was the second “Shoot Out” of the season and the Finish Line Auto Repair Truck division was the headliner on this night. Throughout the season, each division will get an opportunity to run for some extra cash incentives, along with trophies for the top three finishers in the nights feature events. After three nights of racing this season, Brad Reseigh has shown he will be a contender for the championship. He set fast time, and patiently worked his way to the front...