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Adirondack International Speedway

Adirondack International Speedway is a complex consisting of a 0.99 D shaped paved oval, a 0.5 mile paved oval, and a 0.25 mile flat paved oval, and a planned 1.5 mile road course. The track is visited by the Busch Grand National North Series during the course of the year.

The road course is not particularly suitable for use by SCCA cars, and is unlikely to be used for any SCCA events.

The financing of the track's construction has come under some scrutiny, and has not held up well under that scrutiny.

Last Updated: 2007-09-16

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Elevation: 765 feet Latitude: 43.853748 Longitude: -75.451527 Time zone: EST/EDT (-0500/-400)

Historical Note

The track opened a 1 mile dirt road course on December 14, 1997. The 1/2 mile paved oval opened on August 25th, 2001.


Allan E. Brown, The History of America's Speedways: Past & Present. Comstock Park, Michigan: Brown, 2003 , ISBN 0931105617 , pp. 474. Order from National Speedway Directory

Track Office

Adirondack International Speedway
Artz Road
New Bremen, NY 13367

Adirondack International Speedway
PO Box 469
Beaver Falls, New York 13305

315-346-RACE (7223)
315-346-1064 (fax)


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The terra server link shows the track under construction in 1998.

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