Volusia Speedway Park features 3 different oval tracks: a 3/8 mile semi-banked asphalt oval ("special events only"), a 1/2 mile semi-banked clay oval, and a 1/8 mile flat clay oval for Karts. The Speedway is near Daytona, Florida.
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The track opened as a 1/4 mile dirt oval in 1968, operating through 1969. It expanded to 3/8 mile (still dirt) in August of 1969, operating through 1971. It expanded again to 1/2 mile in February 1972, operating through 1989, when it was paved. It operated as a paved oval until 1997, when it was converted back to dirt. The 3/8 mile dirt oval opened behind turn 4 of the original oval, operating from 1993 until it was paved in 1998.
This track has previously operated as Barberville Speedway, and Volusia County Speedway.
|Allan E. Brown, The History of America's Speedways: Past & Present. Comstock Park, Michigan: Brown, 2003 , ISBN 0931105617 , pp. 213. Order from National Speedway Directory|
|Allan E. Brown, 2006 National Speedway Directory. Comstock Park, Michigan: Brown, 2006 , ISBN 093110565X , pp. 112. Order From National Speedway Directory|
Volusia Speedway Park
1500 E. State Road 40
De Leon Springs, FL 32130
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Volusia Speedway Park is located 15 miles west of I-95 on State Road 40, near the junction with State Road 11.
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