Track Owner - Gary Hall
Track web site and PR - Michael Moats
questions and rules - email@example.com
Tazewell, Tennessee's 1/3 mile dirt oval known as Tazewell Speedway was built in 1965 and is known as one of the country's most exciting racetracks. Fans know that Tazewell Speedway will produce action-packed racing action every time the gates open.
Tazewell Speedway (dubbed as "The Taz") is famous for it's extremely high banks and tight close racing action.
Tazewell Speedway is also known as one of the fastest tracks in the country. Jeff Wolfenbarger of Knoxville, TN established a new track record in 2009 with a time of 10.947 seconds. Rick Rogers of Knoxville was the first driver to crack the 10-second barrier in May 2009 before Wolfenbarger set a faster lap time just a few weeks later. Scott Bloomquist broke the record in 2013.
Tazewell Speedway hosts a six-division racing program featuring: Tazewell (Limited) Late Models, Sportsman Late Models, Modified Street, Pure Street, Four-Cylinder, and Classic Cars
Venture your way to the famous Tazewell Speedway-and bring the entire family-for an action-packed night of fun.
Weekly Racing Ticket Prices:
Admission: $10.00 (Children the age of 9 and younger are admitted free with a
Pit Admission: $25.00
(Admission Prices vary during special events)
For 2013, everyone under the age of 18 that enters the pit area must have two parents or guardians sign a release form and the release must be notarized. If a notary cannot be found, the track has a notary available. The track's insurance company is requiring this and Tazewell Speedway regrets any inconvenience this may cause.
Gate Opening Times:
Grandstands - 5:00
Pit Gates - 4:00 p.m.
Opening times for special events may vary)
Late Models - Scott Bloomquist - 10.822 seconds
Sites are available upon request. Please contact the track for more information
at (423) 626 2222.
Directions to Tazewell Speedway
Tazewell Speedway is located just two miles northwest of Tazewell, Tennessee. Going north on US 25-E, turn right and then left onto Bacchus Rd, and then 1.8 miles north, then .8 miles west and the race track is located on the left.