Coos Bay Speedway

Coos Bay Speedway is located in Coos Bay, Oregon.
Racing at this location contains: NHRA 1/8 mile dragstrip, oval track, NASCAR.


 

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10 hours ago

Coos Bay Speedway

Street Drags are tonight from 7-11pm, bring your personal fireworks with you and let's have some fun here at the Coos Bay Speedway. Unlimited grudge matches with time slips after each pass. The Bar and Grill will be open with tonights special being the new Philly Cheese Steak sandwich!

Gates Open 6pm
Racing/Test & Tune 7pm-11pm

Driver/Passenger $20
Spectator $5 (Every Ticket Is A Pit Pass)
Kids 6 & Under FREE
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Three days of fun on the Strip At Coos Bay Speedway is on tap this Fourth Of July Weekend! We will start things off with Friday Night Street Drags where we welcome spectators and competitors to bring their own fireworks and light them off for some firework fun for everyone. Then Saturday we will host the ET Summit Series NHRA Drags & Sunday is the Land Of The Leader Challenge event #3.

Friday Street Drags/Test & Tune
Gates Open 6pm
Racing/Test & Tune 7pm-11pm
Driver $20
Spectator $5 (Every Ticket Is A Pit Pass)
Kids 6 & Under FREE

Saturday & Sunday NHRA ET Drags
Gates Open 8am
Tech Opens 8:15am
Time Trials 11am
Bracket Racing Starts 1pm
Driver $50
Spectators $12 (Every Ticket Is A Pit Pass)
Kids 6 & Under FREE
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2 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

It's Race Day! Wednesday Night Throwdown is ready for some "Hump Day Havoc" as the limited sprint cars and Dwarf cars roll into town for a fast-paced fun night here in the middle of the week! Come on out to the speedway for a cold 7 Devils brew and a hand-dipped corndog and watch some great racing on this special Wednesday Night at the Coos Bay Speedway!

General Admission
Adults $15
Seniors & Kids (7-17) $13
Children 6 & Under FREE!
Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Kids) 45

Advanced Tickets Available Here boxoffice.diamondticketing.com/coosbay/events

Pits Open 2pm
Bar & Grill Opens 5pm
Hotlaps 5pm
Racing Starts at 7pm

Event Classes
Street Stocks, JR Stingers, Dwarf Cars Pro, Limited Sprints - Winged
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3 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

Hump Day Havoc is headed our way tomorrow night! Winged Limited Sprint Cars, with Dwarf Cars, Street Stocks & Jr Stingers take to the track on this special Wednesday Night Showdown. Come and have a cold 7 Devils Brew and a great Bacon Cheese Burger after work here at the Coos Bay Speedway Bar & Grill.

Wednesday Night Throwdown
General Admission
Adults $15
Seniors & Kids (7-17) $13
Children 6 & Under FREE!
Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Kids) 45

Advanced Tickets Available Here boxoffice.diamondticketing.com/coosbay/events

Pits Open 2pm
Bar & Grill Opens 5pm
Hotlaps 5pm
Racing Starts at 7pm

Pit Pricing
NASCAR Member $25
Non-Member $35

Event Classes
Street Stocks, JR Stingers, Dwarf Cars Pro, Limited Sprints - Winged
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4 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

Are you ready for some Wednesday night racing? Face Masks are NOT required to attend this outdoor event although all social distancing practices will be enforced!!

Wednesday Night July 1st we are back for some "Hump Day Havoc" Featuring Limited Winged Sprint Cars, Dwarf Cars, Street Stocks & JR Stingers! The pit area will be open at 2pm to the first 250 people and the Bar & Grill will open at 5pm with racing starting at 7pm.

General Admission
Adults $15
Seniors & Kids (7-17) $13
Children 6 & Under FREE!
Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Kids) 45

Advanced Tickets Available Here boxoffice.diamondticketing.com/coosbay/events

Pits Open 2pm
Bar & Grill Opens 5pm
Hotlaps 5pm
Racing Starts at 7pm

Pit Pricing
NASCAR Member $25
Non-Member $35

Winged Sprint Cars $600 To win $100 To Start

HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDELINES:

-No persons shall be permitted on the grounds of Coos Bay Speedway Bar & Grill if they are sick or symptomatic with fever, cough, and/or shortness of breath.

-The use of face masks covering the nose and mouth will be mandatory for all employees/volunteers that will be in direct contact with visitors. All others will be highly encouraged to use face masks.

-Use of gloves is mandatory for food workers and is highly suggested for all other employees/volunteers.

-Restrooms will be open, with running water and soap readily available.

-Hand sanitizer will be made available for everyone. Stations will be placed in/around all restrooms, food windows and communal areas.

-When possible, walking paths will be indicated with direction and traffic flow and to facilitate physical distancing

-Race team trailers/pit stalls will be parked in such a way to create as much distance between. Participants will be required to stay in their respective pit stalls as much as possible, and to always maintain proper physical distancing of six (6) feet or more from other parties.

-Parties will be limited to 10 or fewer.

FACILITY OPERATING PROCEDURES:

-Coos Bay Speedway Bar & Grill will operate with a limited number of staff in each designated position (Concessions, Track Officials, General/Security)

-Competitors are not required to attend – registration and attendance is strictly voluntary.

-Grandstand/Pit seating will be marked off with every 3rd row being open to facilitate physical distancing of at least 6 feet between spectators/groups

-Social distancing monitors will be observing activities and will assist in maintaining physical distancing when appropriate.

-Restrooms and communal areas will be cleaned and sanitized at the beginning, during and after each event day.

-Counters will be periodically wiped and sanitized as well as any communal items.

-Napkins, utensils and pre-packaged condiments will be available upon request and will not be within reach of the public.

-Signage will be posted in food preparation areas, reminding employees to maintain the highest cleanliness standard.

-Signage will be posted throughout the facility, listing COVID-19 symptoms, asking those with symptoms to stay at home and listing who to contact if additional assistance is required.

-Employees/Volunteers will be asked to maintain at least 6 feet from others and limit the number of people within any building or structure.

-Employees/Volunteers will be asked to stay within their designated positions during the event day, reducing contact between positions. (Concessions, Track Officials, General/Security)

-When possible, contact with the public will be minimized.

-Gloves/Masks/Sanitizer will be made readily available for employees/volunteers.
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4 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

Johnson Sweeps Super Late Model Double Header, Lipke Grabs Modified Gambler

-Schmidt A Two Time Winner on Sunday

Photo Credit: Kayla Hicks
Coos Bay, OR (6/29/2020) With racing still mostly on hold across the State of Oregon, Coos Bay Speedway provided fans and competitors alike with an action packed doubleheader weekend this past Saturday and Sunday night on the NASCAR oval.

Though the America’s Mattress Super Late Models saw a slight drop in car count this weekend, the racing remained just as intense as ever. Following up a strong 4th place showing his last time out, Gresham’s Jason Johnson found himself sweeping both nights of Super Late Model competition.

Despite leading all 30 laps of Saturday’s feature, it certainly wasn’t a cakewalk for Johnson, who had to contend with rookie driver Braden Fugate knocking on the door lap after lap. Fugate would make one last attempt at getting around Johnson for the win on the last lap, but it would ultimately cost the Bandon racer as former track champ Brody Montgomery was able to capitalize on Fugate’s error to grab 2nd. Fugate, Doug Elkins and Mike Taylor would complete the Top 5.

Sunday’s race proved to be much less stressful for Johnson. After quickly dispatching of early leader Dennis Souza, Johnson set sail, with Elkins and Montgomery in hot pursuit. Johnson would go on to win comfortably, ahead of Elkins, Montgomery, Fugate and Taylor. Pescadero, California’s Souza would be the last car scored, as last week’s winner BJ Donofrio wasn’t able to make the call for the feature.

The IMCA Modifieds took to the track for their 2nd appearance Sunday, with Yreka, California’s Jimmy Lipke claiming the 35 lap feature. While Lipke led every lap from the pole position, a fierce battle waged behind in the form of Jon Debenedetti and Bricen James. Debenedetti, last Modified event’s winner, had his hands full with the Albany star. In the end, experience won out as Debenedetti held on for 2nd. James, Sam Potter and Paul Rea rounded out the Top 5. Debenedetti and James won the earlier heat races.

Saturday’s Dwarf Car exhibition proved to be a wild event from the start. Though the race struggled to get going early, to the tune of 5 cautions in the opening 7 circuits. Once the race began to settle down, it was Eagle Point’s Brock Peters who paced the running order. Fellow Southern Oregon racer Ryan Smith proved to be Peters’s lone adversary, briefly swapping the lead back and forth in the early going before Peters pulled away.

While that all happened up front, Josh King and John Chrisman were locked in a heated contest for 4th. Over the final 15 laps of the race, the duo would swap spots a total of 7 times, with King eventually coming out on top. In the end, Peters would pick up an impressive victory over Smith, Chad Cardoza, King and Chrisman. Peters, Camden Robustelli and Chris Kress won their respective heat races.

The Street Stocks continued their strong car count from a week ago, with 16 competitors signing in Saturday and 10 making it back on Sunday. North Bend’s Ken Fox would grab the spotlight on Saturday, grabbing the lead from Dakota Godard at the midway point and never looking back. Godard should be commended for having another strong effort in just his 2nd weekend at the speedway. With the Top 2 pretty much gone, former Sportsman champ Dylan Siewell and Graig Osborne decided to put on a show of their own. For the race’s final 22 laps, these 2 drivers raced each other hard but clean, with the two finishing in a dead heat that saw Siewell grab 3rd by a nose. Phil Lovvorn would complete Saturday’s Top 5.

Gresham native Kevin Roberts was the star of the show Sunday, driving up from 6th, methodically picking off cars one by one before taking the lead with 13 to go and opening up a huge lead back to Steve Dubisar. Dubisar, who struggled with mechanical issues Saturday night, rebounded strong with a 2nd place finish, ahead of Godard, Lovvorn and Fox.

The Sportsman Late Models saw a nice boost this weekend by a few IMCA Sport Mods who wanted some extra seat time. Saturday’s event saw Jordan Henry pick up his first ever win, holding off a strong charge from Dave Schmidt. Doug Coffman would take 3rd in his first race since blowing a motor in a practice session earlier this year, while Corvallis visitor and Willamette regular Ryan Emry grabbed 4th. KC Scott would complete the Top 5.

Sunday’s event wasn’t as competitive, with Roseburg racer Dave Schmidt leading all 25 laps for his first of 2 wins on the night. Coffman would come home 2nd, holding off a stellar run from Emry over the last 10 laps. Henry and season opener winner Trace Fugate would round out the Top 5.

Speaking of IMCA Sport Mods, Dave Schmidt would grab his 2nd win of the night over an 8 car field. Schmidt once again led all 30 laps from the front row. Doug Coffman would yet again finish 2nd, having his hands full with Aaron Bloom for the majority of the race. Jordan Henry and KC Scott would be your Top 5.

The Mini Outlaws features were claimed by northern visitors again this week, with Portland’s Scott Beaudoin and Albany’s Tahlan Rogers both finding victory lane. Beaudoin actually looked to have the weekend sweep in the bag, but issues with 2 to go allowed Rogers to sneak by for the win. Jason Kellam and Beaudoin won the class's heat race each night.

The Hornet division provided the closest feature finish of the weekend Saturday night, with Issac Stere narrowly edging Hannah Robison for the top spot. Both drivers started near the back of the field, so fans were treated to an awesome show as they both climbed up the race standings. Roseburg’s Seth Christian would pick up a dominating victory Sunday, winning by over a straightaway ahead of Stere. Kevin Rockwell and Dan Briesacher would be Sunday’s only other finishers.

Coos Bay Speedway returns to action Wednesday night for Hump Day Havoc. The Winged Sprints return to headline the card, while the Dwarf Cars, Street Stocks and Jr Stingers will also be in attendance.

Coos Bay Speedway is located in Coos Bay, OR a short jump off Hwy 101 then two & a half miles east on Hwy 42. The facility currently houses a 3/8-mile NASCAR dirt track, 1/8 mile NHRA drag strip, and hosts yearly Mud Drag events. For breaking news and updates on the 2020 season, visit our website www.coosbayspeedway.us and like the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/coosbayspeedway
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5 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

It's Day two of a Doubleheader! We are getting the facility ready for the Sunday Modified Gambler. The weather looks to be clearing early and we should be good for our 2pm start time! Make your plans to head to the speedway today!!

IMCA Modified Gambler 2pm
Grandstands Open 12 pm
Racing Starts 2:00 pm

General Admission
Adults $12
Seniors & Kids (7-17) $10
Children 6 & Under FREE
Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Kids) $35

Event Classes
America's Mattress Super Late Models, Sportsman Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Outlaws, Hornets, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sportmod
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6 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

Sunday's weather is calling for some showers in the AM until 11 or 12, we plan on waiting it out and getting the show in! We will try and start as close to the scheduled start time of 2pm as possible but the starting time may get pushed back due to the weather. The Modified Sunday Gambler is still on! ...

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6 days ago

Coos Bay Speedway

It's Race Day Here In Coos Bay! Dwarf Cars Tonight with America's Mattress Super Late Models, Sportsman Late Models, Steet Stocks, Mini Outlaws and Hornets.

NASCAR Double Header Two Day Show June 27 & 28

Dwarf Cars Saturday Night Showdown and Modifieds for the Sunday Gambler featuring Amods and Sport Mods. Both days include the NASCAR America's Mattress Super Late Models, Sportsman Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Outlaws, and Hornets.

Bar & Grill General Admission Per Day
Adults $12
Seniors & Kids (7-17) $10
Children 6 & Under FREE!
Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Kids) $35

Saturday
Pits Open 2pm
Bar & Grill Opens 4pm
Hotlaps 5pm
Racing Starts at 6:30pm

Sunday
Pits Open 10am
Bar & Grill Opens 12pm
Hotlaps 12pm
Racing Starts at 2pm

NASCAR Purse Located Here www.coosbayspeedway.us/downloads/get.aspx?i=359079

Amods $75 Entry Fee
$750 To Win
$100 To Start

Sport Mods $50 Entry Fee
$300 To Win
$40 To Start

Pit Pass
NASCAR Member $25
Non-Member $35

HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDELINES:

-No persons shall be permitted on the grounds of Coos Bay Speedway Bar & Grill if they are sick or symptomatic with fever, cough, and/or shortness of breath.

-The use of face masks covering the nose and mouth will be mandatory for all employees/volunteers that will be in direct contact with visitors. All others will be highly encouraged to use face masks.

-Use of gloves is mandatory for food workers and is highly suggested for all other employees/volunteers.

-Restrooms will be open, with running water and soap readily available.

-Hand sanitizer will be made available for everyone. Stations will be placed in/around all restrooms, food windows and communal areas.

-When possible, walking paths will be indicated with direction and traffic flow and to facilitate physical distancing

-Race team trailers/pit stalls will be parked in such a way to create as much distance between. Participants will be required to stay in their respective pit stalls as much as possible, and to always maintain proper physical distancing of six (6) feet or more from other parties.

-Parties will be limited to 10 or fewer.

FACILITY OPERATING PROCEDURES:

-Coos Bay Speedway Bar & Grill will operate with a limited number of staff in each designated position (Concessions, Track Officials, General/Security)

-Competitors are not required to attend – registration and attendance is strictly voluntary.

-Grandstand/Pit seating will be marked off with every 3rd row being open to facilitate physical distancing of at least 6 feet between spectators/groups

-Social distancing monitors will be observing activities and will assist in maintaining physical distancing when appropriate.

-Restrooms and communal areas will be cleaned and sanitized at the beginning, during and after each event day.

-Counters will be periodically wiped and sanitized as well as any communal items.

-Napkins, utensils and pre-packaged condiments will be available upon request and will not be within reach of the public.

-Signage will be posted in food preparation areas, reminding employees to maintain the highest cleanliness standard.

-Signage will be posted throughout the facility, listing COVID-19 symptoms, asking those with symptoms to stay at home and listing who to contact if additional assistance is required.

-Employees/Volunteers will be asked to maintain at least 6 feet from others and limit the number of people within any building or structure.

-Employees/Volunteers will be asked to stay within their designated positions during the event day, reducing contact between positions. (Concessions, Track Officials, General/Security)

-When possible, contact with the public will be minimized.

-Gloves/Masks/Sanitizer will be made readily available for employees/volunteers.
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1 week ago

Coos Bay Speedway

Just a reminder we have a NASCAR Double Header this weekend! Featuring Dwarf Cars Saturday & IMCA Modifieds on Sunday Afternoon! Come and camp at the speedway!NASCAR Double Header Two Day Show June 27 & 28

Dwarf Cars Saturday Night Showdown and Modifieds for the Sunday Gambler featuring Amods and Sport Mods. Both days include the NASCAR America's Mattress Super Late Models, Sportsman Late Models, Street Stocks, Mini Outlaws, and Hornets.

Bar & Grill General Admission Per Day
Adults $12
Seniors & Kids (7-17) $10
Children 6 & Under FREE!
Family Pass (2 Adults & 3 Kids) $35

Saturday
Pits Open 2pm
Bar & Grill Opens 4pm
Hotlaps 5pm
Racing Starts at 6:30pm

Sunday
Pits Open 10am
Bar & Grill Opens 12pm
Hotlaps 12pm
Racing Starts at 2pm

NASCAR Purse Located Here www.coosbayspeedway.us/downloads/get.aspx?i=359079

Amods $75 Entry Fee
$750 To Win
$100 To Start

Sport Mods $50 Entry Fee
$300 To Win
$40 To Start

Pit Pass
NASCAR Member $25
Non-Member $35
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