Oxford Plains Speedway
Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3/8 mile racetrack in Oxford, Maine, USA. Established in 1950, the track was originally a half mile before being shortened to a 3/8 mile track later on in the track's history. It has been home to various NASCAR Nationwide Series events, including the True Value Oxford 250, Oxford 250 and True Value 250. With 14,000 seats, the speedway has the largest seating capacity of any sporting venue in Maine. The main race held there is the TD Bank 250 which is an American Canadian Tour race. These 250 lap events have held many major NASCAR drivers including Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin, Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Ricky Craven, Kenny Wallace, Steven Wallace, Geoff Bodine, Brad Keselowski, Terry Labonte, Kevin Lepage, Brett Bodine, Bobby Allison, Darrell Waltrip,Dale Jarrett, Jimmy Spencer, Rusty Wallace, Davey Allison, Morgan Shepard, Todd Bodine, Jeff Burton, Bobby Labonte, Joe Nemechek, Ward Burton, Martin Truex, Sr., Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Trevor Bayne and J.J. Yeley.
The speedway is also known around Maine for yearly hosting two American Canadian Tour Races a year, and for its motor mayhem events that include smokey doughnut shows, spectator drags, jack and jill races, enduros, and formally had the ramp jump that has been discontinued for safety reasons.