Summit Motorsports Park

Summit Motorsports Park is located in Norwalk, Ohio.
Racing at this location contains: NHRA 1/4 mile dragstrip.


 

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Good Luck to all representing Team Summit at this years Junior Drag Racing League Eastern Conference Finals!

Roman Iocoangeli and Ava Tiburzi have already found the winners circle in the 8.90 Index and Quick 32 classes respectively, while Ava Lawson made it to the quarter finals of the Quick 32 and Bryce Buehrer for made it to the finals of the 7.90 index!

As the main event approaches and the week comes to a close, we just want to thank you for choosing to represent Summit Motorsports Park, and THANK YOU to everybody who stepped up to support our teams trip to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Best of luck to each of you and race safe!
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A MESSAGE FROM BILL BADER JR.

While planning what was to be a standout season of racing at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio, the Coronavirus hit.

Our country halted and hunkered down, and yet, I was hopeful that I would be able to open, as soon as possible, the facility that has been the source of pride and passion for my family for more than 50 years.

I was prepared to do whatever I needed to do to ensure that every guest who came through our gates would be safe while still experiencing everything that has helped Summit Motorsports Park stand out in the motorsports industry for so many years.

I was eager to present the fast cars and fireworks, the entertainment and excitement, and most of all, “The Norwalk Experience.” My team wanted the same.

I was confident that this year’s offerings, including the highly anticipated 43rd Annual Kelly Night Under Fire, would help us reach record attendance as we have so many times before.

But it was becoming apparent that I was not going to be able to accomplish all of that, as our country was still so adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

While faced with trying to produce events that would not, under current circumstances, hold up to the high standards that I set years ago when I took over the family business from my father, I was well aware that we had already lost 83 percent of our revenue for the year, and we wouldn’t be able to make the money we need to make to successfully sustain operations if we opened. In fact, we would lose money, and I can’t responsibly take that financial risk.

So I decided that I owed it to Summit Motorsports Park racers, race fans, sponsors and supporters to cancel this season, and start planning to make the 2021 season the most magnificent and monumental yet.

The majority of my team — whom, like you, I consider to be family — is laid off, so please be patient as I work to regroup and plan a most remarkable rebound that will show racers, race fans, sponsors and supporters why we’re America’s Racetrack.

From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for your support and for standing by me, my family, my team and Summit Motorsports Park in these turbulent and trying times. Here’s to a tremendous 2021 together.

May God Bless you and your family and God Bless America!

— Bill Bader Jr., President of Summit Motorsports Park
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On Friday, May 29 at 2:30 pm (EST), I came to the realization that with 83% of my revenue lost for the year, that it no longer made financial sense to attempt to open and run the risk of losing anymore money for the year. Instead, I thought, I need to cover up and live to fight another day. With my path now clear, I began the process of making calls to the parties who needed to know in advance of an announcement. Unfortunately, my decision was leaked and blew up this morning. I apologize to so many that found out through a rumor piece instead of a message directly from me. A formal announcement will be made on Wednesday. ...

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It is with heavy hearts that we are announcing the cancellation of the 29th Annual Ames Performance Tri-Power Pontiac Nationals.

Due to the Uncertainty of continued coronavirus restrictions, the 29th Annual Ames Performance Tri Power Pontiac Nationals, scheduled for July 31st through August 2nd at Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park, in Norwalk Ohio, has been cancelled for this year.

We deeply regret having to make this decision; for the past 28 years Super Duty Promotions and Summit Motorsports Park have strived to bring the Pontiac enthusiast community the best opportunity to participate and socialize with all our Pontiac friends. We know under these trying circumstances, we will not be able to provide the level of service and entertainment you have come to expect. The requirements for "social distancing" could not be met without severely restrcitng the number of participants who would be allowed to attend; and this is simply not an acceptable situation.

As of this date, Summit Motorsports Park does not even have permission to open. We will announce the 2021 dates at the www.pontiacnationals.com as soon as we have them. See our website for additional information regarding advanced sales/refunds for the 2021 event.

Pete and Andi Woodruff

Super Duty Promotions Ltd.
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Congratulations to the Norwalk High School 2020 Graduating class! Thank you for letting us play a small part in the Norwalk City School District’s 160th Commencement Ceremony. ...

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Just a reminder that there is no Lingenfelter Performance Wednesday Fun Night tonight! We will be sure to let everyone know once we can resume racing. ...

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While we are hopefully able to spend this day with our friends and family, we must not forget the true meaning of the day. Today, we mourn and honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for this country we all love. So, as we spend the day with OUR loved ones, let us please reflect on what today is really about; the men and women who made that ultimate sacrifice, and their friends and family they left back at home. If it were not for their selflessness and bravery we would not have this day to celebrate.

God Bless you, and God Bless the United States of America!
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