Kings Park Speedway

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Kings Park Speedway
Location Regina, Saskatchewan
Operator Regina Auto Racing Club
Opened Late 1960s
Major events CASCAR West
Surface Paved
Length 0.5 km (1/3 mi)

Kings Park Speedway is an auto racing facility located north-east of Regina and north-west of Pilot Butte, Saskatchewan, Canada, operated by the Regina Auto Racing Club. The facility features a 1/3 mile high-banked paved oval with longer straights and tight turns, paper clip style track. It is primarily used for stock car racing. Originally a dirt oval, it was paved in 1970 and re-paved in 2007. In 2010 it hosted 40th Anniversary events of Kickin Asphalt such has Pro Trucks, Baby Grand racing series, Legends of Alberta, Western Canada Super Late Model Racing Series & Evolution Mini Cup Car series, and numerous provincial racing divisions. In 2016 it held regular races in the Street Stock, Bomber and Mini stock classes. 2015 special events included Drifting, trailer racing, and wheelies.


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Coordinates: 50°30′55″N 104°29′49″W / 50.51534°N 104.497082°W / 50.51534; -104.497082