Started in 1960, Toledo Speedway was paved in 1964. in 1978 it was sold to Thomas "Sonny" Adams Sr. The speedway was reacquired by ARCA in 1999. Toledo Speedway also features the weekly racing divisions of Sportsman, on the half-mile, and Figure 8, Factory Stock, and four cylinders on a quarter-mile track inside the big track. They also have a series of races with Outlaw Bodied Late Models that includes four 100-lap races and ends with Glass City 200. The track hosts the “Fastest Short track show in the world” which features winged sprints, and winged Super Modifieds on the half mile. The Biggest race of the year was The Glass City 200 Late Model race from 1968-1977. This race discontinued with the sale mentioned above. It was resumed in 1999.
The track currently has two ARCA Racing Series dates. A race is held on a Sunday afternoon in May for the ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards, and ARCA Truck Series race is held the Saturday beforehand.
USAC holds a National Midget and Sprint tours event at the track.
ASA Late Model Series in April and CRA Super Series in May.
Frank Kimmel 9, Bobby Bowsher 5, Tom Bowsher 4, Chris Buescher 4, Bruce Gould 4, Ken Schrader 4, Dave Dayton 3, Iggy Katona 3, Benny Parsons 3, Bob Strait 3, Jack Bowsher 2, Moose Myers 2, Les Snow 2. Tied with 1 each - Blaise Alexander, Justin Allgaier, Chuck Barnes, Jr., Ken Butler III, Matt Carter, Jim Cushman, Ty Dillon, Joy Fair, Woody Fisher, Ed Hage, Andy Hampton, Ron Hutcherson, Bob Keselowski, Parker Kligerman, Larry LaMay, Justin Lofton, Michael McDowell, Howard Rose, Ramo Stott, Scott Stovall, Bill Venturini, Bobby Watson, Dave Weltmeyer.