Jukasa Motor Speedway
|Location||County Road 20
Cayuga, Ontario, Canada
|Capacity||more than 7,000|
(Re-Opening August 2017)
|Major events||APC United Late Model Series
NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
Coke Zero 200
Crown Jewel 200
ARCA RE/MAX Series
Cayuga ARCA RE/MAX 250
ASA Late Model Series
CASCAR Super Series
USAR Hooters Pro Cup
ASA National Tour
NASCAR North Tour
NASCAR North 250
|Pavement oval track|
|Length||.625 mi (1.00 km)|
|Banking||12 degrees in corners
5 degrees on straightaways
It was opened in 1966 as a dirt track, but was paved the following year when the vehicles started to become too dangerously fast for the dirt tracks. It was considered to be one of Canada's premier racing facilities. It is a ⅝-mile oval similar in size to Martinsville Speedway. The track has held a variety of different racing groups including CASCAR, NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, the American-Canadian Tour, NASCAR Busch North, Hooters Pro-Cup, USAC, ISMA Supermodifieds, DIRT Modifieds and the ARCA RE/MAX Series (which is considered to be one of the developmental milestones to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series). Set on 300 acres (1.2 km2) of land, Cayuga offered campgrounds with electricity, concession booths, and free parking.
On June 8, 2006, a group of developers from Toronto purchased the ⅝ mile track from its original owners and made improvements for the 2007 season, hoping to attract NASCAR Nationwide Series (formerly called the Busch Series) to have a race at Cayuga Speedway. Instead, the race went to Montreal (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve) due to its larger population and recognition in the international community. Cooper Construction of Oakville was announced as the vendor to re-build the track. Cayuga International Speedway Park hosted the first NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race in series history on May 26, 2007.
The final NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race to be held here was the 2008 Coke Zero 200.
The last race held at the speedway was in July 2009 featuring the ISMA Supermodifieds; which was won by Mark Sammut of London, Ontario. This event would earn Sammut his first ISMA win. Along with the ISMA Supermodified racing action were the Canadian Vintage Modifieds; which was won by Phil Shaw of Orangeville, Ontario.
In March 2014, photos surfaced on the Lost Speedway's Facebook page showing the speedway in a state of severe disrepair. As of mid May 2014, there is word that the track has been sold. A person named Ken Hill is said to be the owner. Pictures surfaced on Facebook as of Sept 9th 2014 showing sand blasting being done to the walls taking off old paint, leading to believe there will be racing again.
A November 2014 update  shows the old asphalt being removed.
December 2014 update  removing almost two feet of material, down to the clay base. The old material, which was causing water seepage issues, is being replaced with new, 2-inch rock, which will improve drainage
A November 2015 update from  Inside Track Motorsports News reports that two workers and some equipment were on the site, but there were still piles of gravel and dirt visible and the base level of asphalt had not been laid down. To the eye, the site looks virtually unchanged since a flurry of construction activity late in 2014. While at the track, they were told there were 'no plans to pave this year.'
November 1st 2016 Paving has started. Prior to this new walls were poured, plans for the track are the same size but with progressive banking in the corners.
- Cayuga Speedway information at StockCarRacing.net
- The Simcoe Reformer - June 8, 2006
- Dyson, Ryan (December 21, 2016). "APC Late Model Series releases 2017 schedule". Inside Track Motorsports News. Toronto: Inside Track Communications. Retrieved January 9, 2017.
- Southers, Tim (December 19, 2016). "Jukasa Motor Speedway is taking shape in Canada". Motorsport.com. Retrieved January 9, 2017.
- Cayuga International Speedway (Ontario, CA) - Roger Slack Photos at Facebook
- Asphalt removal
- Base removal
- November 2015 Photos