Oglethorpe Speedway Park is a D-shaped clay oval located in Pooler, Georgia near Savannah. The track measures 5/8 miles on the outside and 1/2 mile on the inside. Banking varies from 12 to 7 degrees on the ends to 3 degrees in the back section. The track is also apparently used for karts.
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Oglethorpe Speedway Park opened in 1951, and operated into the mid-60s, including a number of events on the early NASCAR Grand National schedule (the original Grand National series is the direct ancestor of the Winston Cup/Nextel Cup of today.) The facility shut down in the mid-60s, but reopened in 1977.
Oglethorpe Speedway Park
200 Jesup Road
P.O. Box 687
Pooler, GA 31322
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