Tri-City Speedway

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Tri-City Speedway is a 1/2-mile auto racing oval track located in Oakland Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, near the city of Franklin to the southwest. It lies even closer to the Borough of Sugarcreek, which lies in between. Also lying at about the same distance as Franklin is Oil City to the southeast. Tri-City has hosted several World of Outlaws Late Models events; one (now defunct) National Sprint Tour race, and several All-Star Circuit of Champions races. The track closed for a while in 1988 but reopened in 1996 with Roger Crick and Mike Graham as the owners and has seen success.

The track was purchased by H & H Motorsports in 2010. The new owners closed the auto racing program in July 2011. Kart racing and some special events continued through 2011.

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Coordinates: 41°29′50″N 79°47′04″W / 41.4973°N 79.7844°W / 41.4973; -79.7844