Caraway Speedway

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Caraway Speedway
Location 2518 Race Track Rd Ext. Sophia, NC 27350
Owner Russell Hackett
Operator Darren and Renee Hackett
Opened 1966
Surface Asphalt
Length .455 mi (.732 km)

Caraway Speedway is a short track located near Asheboro, North Carolina, U.S. Caraway Speedway was built in 1966 as a dirt track. The track was paved in 1972 and joined the NASCAR Weekly Series Family as a .455 mile asphalt short track. Caraway Speedway was owned and operated by Russell & Valastra Hackett from 1977 to 2010. Russell turned over operations to Darren and Renee Hackett for the 2011 season. Caraway Speedway hosts a variety of weekly series, several Whelen Southern Modified Series events, as well as other touring series.

Saturday night events at 7 p.m. to allow fans to spend some time with their favorite drivers after the races. A new $10.00 general admission charge for the grandstands and trackside will be in place for all regular events with the extended distance and touring series events remaining at $20.00.


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Coordinates: 35°45′58″N 79°53′06″W / 35.766154°N 79.885111°W / 35.766154; -79.885111