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Maine’s Fun and Fast Speedways

Grab some concessions and enjoy some classic racing fun at a speedway. Speedways offer a variety of racing formats and often other events, including movie nights and winter sports. If you’re looking for fast fun, head to one of Maine’s speedways.

The Wiscasset Speedway is a 3/8 mile high-banked oval stock car track located in the coastal town of Wiscasset, Maine, which provides fun and affordable entertainment with $5 grandstand admission and children 6 & under are free. Racing action takes place on Saturday nights from April through October. The wide high-banked track continues to boast the fastest speeds to be found at any track in the state.

The largest spectator facility in the state of Maine, with seating for 14,000, the Oxford Plains Speedway hosts a Saturday night Oxford Championship Series, a Wednesday night Oxford Acceleration Series, and occasional Motor Mayhem events, and is home to the Oxford 250. With a purse nearing $200,000 and a guaranteed $25,100 to the winner, the Oxford 250 has been hailed as the richest one-day short track race in America.

In Caribou, the Spud Speedway hosts annual events throughout the year like the SnowBowl, BikeBowl, truck and tractor pulls, and more, providing a variety of fun, family entertainment for all to enjoy.

In Hermon, Speedway 95 has been entertaining families since 1966 on its 1/3-mile semi-banked paved oval with Saturday night racing, Wacky Wednesdays, Monster Truck shows and more. Saturday tickets are $10 and only $5 on Wednesdays, and children under five are free.

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