Madera Speedway

Madera Speedway is located in Madera, California.
Racing at this location contains: 1/3 mile paved oval.


 

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22 hours ago

Madera Speedway

The new Season of Madera Racing on MAVTV hits the air in August and our full time editors Kwon and Matt are working around the clock getting shows ready.

Be sure to catch Madera Racing on MAVTV every Monday night in prime time broadcasting nationwide!
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1 day ago

Madera Speedway

JOIN US FOR A FREE LIVESTREAM THIS SATURDAY at 6pm at this link bit.ly/3f6vAYb

We miss our fans and we invite everyone to join us for a free livestream of some hammer down racing action from the Madera Speedway this Saturday at 6pm at this link bit.ly/3f6vAYb

Please go to the link and hit the reminder bell and subscribe for free to ShortTrackTV.

Support the brands that support our sport, this free livestream is brought to you by Nut Up, please visit their website and make a purchase today of some healthy almond snacks at www.nutup.com. The more product we sell will provide us with the horsepower to keep giving our fans free live events while fans are not allowed to attend our races.
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2 days ago

Madera Speedway

MAVTV TELEVISED PRO AND JUNIOR LATE MODELS RETURN TO MADERA SPEEDWAY

MADERA, CALIF. (July 7, 2020) – Just two weeks after the season opener, the Nut Up Pro Late Models and 51FIFTY Jr. Late Models roar back to life at Madera Speedway this weekend for their second rounds of MAVTV-televised action. A remarkable 26 Pro Late Models and 18 Jr. Late Models hit the one-third mile oval for the opening night, delayed by more than three months due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Mini Cups vs. Bandoleros will also be in action on Saturday.

The grandstands remain closed to race fans, but events will be streamed live to Short Track TV on YouTube for the race fans to enjoy. This coverage is courtesy of track partner Nut Up Industries. The live stream can be viewed at: bit.ly/3f6vAYb

Two-time Nut Up Pro Late Model champion Buddy Shepherd leads the series into Saturday’s 80-lap contest, split across a 50-lap opening segment followed by a 30-lap run to the finish. The race serves as the final tune-up before the first round of the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 gets underway on July 25th. The Big3 Series opener pays $5,000 to win along with kicking off a run towards a combined $75,000 in bonuses being offered. A victory on Saturday would set up some crucial momentum for any of the challengers looking for either the Nut Up Pro Late Model nine-race title or the three-race Race 2B Drug Free title.

Shepherd was followed across the line in the season opener by Cole Moore and Ross Strmiska, a pair of second and third-generation drivers respectively each in search of their first series win on MAVTV. A trio of youngsters from the Jr. Late Model ranks figure to be in the running for the 2020 title, but each stumbled in the opener. 2019 51FIFTY Jr. Late Model champion Joey Iest finished eighth ahead of 2019 Nut Up Pro Late Model champion Austin Herzog in 11th. A crash relegated Dylan Zampa to a DNF. All three will look to reload on Saturday night.

Speaking of the 51FIFTY Jr. Late Model Series, their 70-lap opener attracted 18 drivers ages 10-16 years old. Only one driver entered the race with a victory in his career – Bakersfield’s Seth Wise. Wise remains the only active winner competing in the division after a strong win to kick off 2020. Jadan Walbridge scored his fourth career fast-time in the last five races before finishing second, while Bradley Erickson finished third. Holly Clark led a large contingent of female racers with a sixth-place finish.

The 51FIFTY Jr. Late Model races are run over two segments as well with 40 laps to open the race, a break for interviews and adjustments, and a 30-lap conclusion.

Rounding out the exciting card of racing this Saturday will be the Mini Cups vs. Bandoleros. Jeffery Erickson avenged his brother’s third-place run in the Jr. Late Models by winning the 30-lap Bandolero grind. Jace “The Hammer” Hale debuted in the second position while Rebecca Dubie won the Mini Cup portion of the main event.

Activities get underway on Friday with practice. Pit gates open at 2:30pm with the track open from 5pm to 8pm.

On Saturday, pit gates open at noon with practice beginning at 2pm. Qualifying will be at 3:30pm with the Mini Cup and Bandolero heat races and a possible Nut Up Pro Late Model B Main to follow. Main events will begin at 6pm.

For information about Madera Speedway, visit www.RaceMadera.com The 2020 season would not be possible without the support of Nut Up Industries, 51FIFTY LTM, Race 2B Drug Free, Competition Carburetion, Hoosier Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuel.
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2 days ago

Madera Speedway

ATTENTION LATE MODEL TEAMS (Pros and Jrs)

If you are racing this weekend in Round #2 of the MAVTV Series at Madera please send an email to kshepherd@racemadera.com or call the race office at 209-356-1968.

Please give us your name and car number, plus your email address.

We have strict parking procedures as well as graphics for the livestream we are preparing and having a detailed list of drivers will help us with both areas. We will also email the updated safety procedures to each team that is coming.

We are hosting a FREE LIVESTREAM for our fans to enjoy presented by Nut Up and here is the link bit.ly/3f6vAYb to the show that starts at 6pm this Saturday. Go to the link and hit the reminder and make sure you subscribe, it's free.
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3 days ago

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FREE LIVE CONTENT FROM MADERA SPEEDWAY on July 11th bit.ly/3f6vAYb

We miss our fans and since they cannot attend round #2 of the Nut Up Pro Late Model and 51FIFTY Jr Late Model Series we are hosting a free live stream on July 11th at 6pm at ShortTrackTV at this link bit.ly/3f6vAYb

Please share this link with your friends so we can get all grass roots fans watching some of the best action on the planet and go to www.youtube.com/shorttracktv and subscribe today for free to catch all of our new content we are producing to keep our fans involved in the Madera Speedway.

These free live shows are presented by Nut Up so please support the brands that support our sport by going to their website www.nutup.com and making a purchase today.
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5 days ago

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REYNOLDS REVS UP FOR A RED, WHITE AND BLUE WIN

Madera, CA. (7.4.20) – The July 4th weekend at the Madera Speedway flows with pure patriotic emotions from most everyone that walks into the grounds but the one that stands out the most is the patriotism of the late Reverend Ron Spencer and the impact he had on everyone that he touched at the speedway.

The Reverend Ron Spencer Red, White and Blue Classic is an annual event held at the Madera Speedway to pay tribute to our country and to a man that loved the country. The event was almost cancelled this year due to scheduling issues induced by COVID-19 problems. But somehow, someway the event was salvaged and took place with little notice on July 4th at the Madera Speedway.

The MST’s are the headliner in the Red, White and Blue Classic each year with a twin 24 lap race and they made everyone watching proud as they put on a high quality, action packed race that our Racin Rev would have been proud of.

Smoking Dirt Bert Stephens led the early half of the 48 lap event but it was Shaun Reynolds in his number 10 ride that had his elbows up the highest driving to victory in a hard fought battle to the checkers in the longest race of the season for the MST’s. Ryan Reynolds was second, with Patrick Geiger in third with Kyle LaBrie fourth and Bert Stephens rounding out the top five.

Garland Tyler looked MAVTV strong in the Madera Late Model 40 lap main event as he out dueled championship contender Trevor Schlundt for the victory followed by Del McIntosh that came home third with Jon Schlundt and Lily Mead filling out the top five spots.

Tyler Rodgers and Manny Gonzales Jr both looked strong as they are tuning up for the returning Steve Schermerhorn set to return on August 1st in the Hobby Stock division. Rodgers took home the big trophy for first place on July 4th.

The Nut Up Pro Late Models and 51FIFTY Jr. Late Models will compete in their second race of the nine-race campaign on July 11th, and will be followed by the first Race 2B Drug Free Big3 races and round three for both of the MAVTV Series on July 25th. The events will be streamed live to Short Track TV on YouTube as we are filming the MAVTV production, free of charge thanks to Nut Up Industries.

For information about Madera Speedway, visit www.RaceMadera.com The 2020 season would not be possible without the support of Nut Up Industries, 51FIFTY, Race 2B Drug Free, Competition Carburetion, Hoosier Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuel.
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6 days ago

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Join us at 1pm this Saturday July 4th for a livestream of our Club Races. Here is the link for the stream bit.ly/2VL1rpF

This is an early afternoon show of our smaller local races.
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1 week ago

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BONUS BUCKS ARE FLOWING FROM MADERA SPEEDWAY

Madera, CA. (7.1.20) – There are many different ways drivers can earn bonus money racing at the Madera Speedway such as thirteen drivers that earned bonus bucks on June 27th in round #1 of the MAVTV televised series from Madera Speedway.

In the 51FIFTY Jr Late Model Series Brody Moore earned the $300 Helping Hand Award from Competition Carburetion, Seth Wise won the $250 biggest mover award from the Madera Speedway, Kale McClenny won $200 from Hoosier Tires blind draw, Kenna Mitchell won a free car entry for the next TV race from Nut Up, and Seth Wise, Jadan Walbridge and Bradley Erickson won $100, $75 and $50 from Franks Radio.

In the Nut Up Pro Late Model Series John McCullum Jr won the $250 biggest mover award from Madera Speedway, Logan Zampa won the $200 Hoosier blind draw, Mike Weimann won the Nut Up Great Taste Award earning him a free car entry for the next TV race, and Buddy Shepherd, Cole Moore and Ross Strmiska won $100, $75 and $50 from Franks Radio.

The bonus program is in place for every race in the MAVTV televised series in both the 51FIFTY Jr Late Model Series and the Nut Up Pro Late Model Series.

There are three special races inside the Nut Up Pro Late Model Series called the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 presented by the Carlos Vieira Foundation, and there is another $75,000 of bonus money available in those three special events held on July 25th, September 5th and October 3rd.

In the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 Series there is $25,000 of additional money built into the purse. July 25th and September 5th will pay $5,000 to win with $3,000 for second and $2,000 for third. October 3rd will pay $10,000 to win with $5,000 for second and $2,500 for third. The B Main in each of these three races will pay $1,500 to win, $750 for second and $500 for third. There is a special point fund for the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 Series and the winner will earn an extra $5,000, $2,500 for second and $1,000 for third in the mini point series.

In the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 Series there is an additional $50,000 of special incentive money up for grabs for the teams. There is a $10,000 bonus for a driver that can win all three races on July 25th, September 5th and October 3rd. There is $10,000 bonus if a driver that sets fast time takes the “Triple Main Challenge” and starts at the rear of the C main and wins, then starts at the rear of the B Main and wins, then starts at the rear of the A main and wins. There is a $5,000 bonus if a driver can set fast time in all three races, there is a $5,000 bonus if a driver can finish in the top three in all three races (could be $15,000 paid out if three drivers make this happen), there is a $5,000 bonus if a driver leads the most laps in all three of the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 races, and a $5,000 bonus if one driver wins all three of the B Mains in the Race 2B Drug Free Big3 Series.

The Nut Up Pro Late Models and 51FIFTY Jr. Late Models will compete in their second race of the nine-race campaign on July 11th, and will be followed by the first Race 2B Drug Free Big3 races and round three for both of the MAVTV Series on July 25th. The events will be streamed live to Short Track TV on YouTube as we are filming the MAVTV production, free of charge thanks to Nut Up Industries.

For information about Madera Speedway, visit www.RaceMadera.com

The 2020 season would not be possible without the support of Nut Up Industries, 51FIFTY, Race 2B Drug Free, Competition Carburetion, Hoosier Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuel.
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