Race on some of your favorite tracks around the country as well as a variety of fantasy tracks inspired by real life venues! This list doesn’t cover everything that’s in the game, just what we’ve announced so far. So keep up with us on social to get updates about new content and features!

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Eldora Speedway

Rossburg, OH

Eldora Speedway’s half-mile clay oval stands at the epicenter of the Midwest’s roaring dirt track racing, situated in what was once an Ohio cornfield near the Indiana state line.

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Volusia Speedway Park

Barberville, FL

Known as ‘The Fastest Half Mile in the World,’ Volusia Speedway Park is a favorite stop on both the World of Outlaws and Super DIRTcar Series calendars.

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Knoxville Raceway

Knoxville, IA

Located at the Marion County Fairgrounds, this half-mile dirt oval raceway is revered as the “Sprint Car Capital of the World”. Every August the Knoxville Nationals takes place over four days and features a nearly one-million-dollar prize purse.

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Williams Grove Speedway

Mechanicsburg, PA

Williams Grove Speedway is located in Pennsylvania adjacent to the amusement park established by the Williams family in the 1850’s, when America’s dirt tracks were as much a part of county fairs as cotton candy.

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Cedar Lake Speedway

New Richmond, Wisconsin

Known as “Wisconsin’s Fastest Piece of Real Estate”, Cedar Lake Speedway’s .375-mile clay oval is one of the premier circuits on the World of Outlaws Late Model Series schedule.

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Port Royal Speedway

Port Royal, PA

“The Speed Palace,” in Port Royal, PA is a half-mile track that has played host to weekly events for classes ranging from hobby, stock, and late models to premier 410 Sprint Cars.

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Weedsport Speedway

Weedsport, NY

The flagship track of the Super DIRTCar Series, Weedsport Speedway was born in 1955 when the  1/3-mile dirt oval was carved into a berry patch. The Track was converted to a new 3/8-mile layout in the 1970s after a sale to new ownership.

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Fairbury Speedway

Fairbury, IL

Fairbury Speedway is a banked quarter-mile oval known for hosting World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Sprint Car and Late Model action. It is one of the most popular dirt tracks in America, winning three DIRTcar Track of the Year honors.

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Texas Motor Speedway

Fort Worth, TX

The Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track is a 0.4 mile oval located directly across the street from the mile and a half NASCAR oval in Fort Worth, Texas.

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The Dirt Track at Charlotte

Concord, NC

A 4/10 mile dirt track located across the street from its big sister – the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the Dirt Track at Charlotte was built in 2000 and hosts The World of Outlaws dirt series finals.

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Bristol Dirt

Bristol, TN

“The Last Great Colosseum” has seen a recent dirt racing renaissance, but the World of Outlaws was ahead of the curve when it first visited Bristol Motor Speedway in the early 2000s. After a two-decade gap, both the Sprint Car and Late Model classes return to the track each spring for a combined event.

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The Dirt Track at Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV

The LVMS Dirt Track is one of the hidden gems on the Las Vegas Speedway’s 1,000-acre property. The half-mile oval hosts a variety of races and has become a fan-favorite among dirt track racing enthusiasts.

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Kokomo Speedway

Kokomo, IN

Built in 1947, the quarter mile dirt oval is located in Kokomo, Indiana, USA. The Semi-banked clay surface provides for exciting racing making it a favorite stop for drivers and fans alike.

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Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

Pevely, MO

Pevely, Missouri’s high-banked third-mile oval, Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 is one of the most popular dirt tracks in America, and for good reason. 

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Lucas Oil Speedway

Wheatland, MO

“The Diamond of Dirt Tracks” in Wheatland, Missouri, the ⅜ mile Lucas Oil Speedway opened in 2001 as Wheatland Raceway before being sold and rebuilt just a few years later.

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Limaland Motorsports Park

Lima, OH

The quarter-mile Limaland Motorsports Park is owned and operated by the University of Northwest Ohio, giving students an opportunity to get hands-on with top-level racing.

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Lincoln Speedway

Abbottstown, PA

Located in Abbottstown, PA, the 3/8th-mile high-banked clay oval is celebrating it’s 60th year of professional auto racing. The Pigeon Hills oval is one of several famed Central Pennsylvania race tracks.

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Lernerville Speedway

Sarver, PA

Lernerville Speedway is a 4/10 mile dirt oval and is the only race track in the country to run the “Big Three”- 410 Sprints, Super Late Models, and Big Block Modifieds on a weekly basis. 2023 will mark the 56th season for the track.

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Chili Bowl

Tulsa, OK

Since 1987 in the Oklahoma metropolis of Tulsa, the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals arrive as racing’s winter answer to football’s Super Bowl.

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Arrowwood Motor Speedway

South Carolina

South Carolina’s Arrowwood Motor Speedway throws one of the most unique challenges at dirt oval racers anywhere in America: an asymmetrical frontstretch. 

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Baxterville Speedway


Minnesota’s Baxterville Speedway is a low-banked third-mile symmetrical oval.

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Circle Lake Raceway


Clocking in at ⅝ of a mile, Michigan’s Circle Lake Raceway started just as so many dirt tracks did: as a parcel of farmland.

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Desert Rock Raceway


In many ways, Desert Rock Raceway is the antithesis of its Arizona counterpart, I-19. It’s the longer track at 4/10 of a mile, flatter, and has a rounded tri-oval shape to boot.

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Diamond Grove Raceway

Diamond Grove

 As one of the shortest dirt tracks out there at just a fifth of a mile, quarters are already tight—and the low banks pose their own challenges.

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Durango Park Raceway


The Texas-based indoor facility at 4/10 of a mile has more space to work with than most indoor venues, although the mostly flat corners remain a challenge all drivers.

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Elm Creek Raceway


Ohio’s Elm Creek Raceway clocks in at only a fifth of a mile, it’s easy  to see why the fans keep coming back—drivers are always wheel to wheel on the short layout!

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Five Forks Speedway


Seeking to differentiate their track from the competition, Oklahoma’s Five Forks Speedway added a dogleg to the backstretch of their ⅜ mile oval. 

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Grant Park Speedway


In a racing mecca like Indiana, the ⅜ mile oval’s multi-level front stretch grandstands are always a sellout as drivers do battle under the lights.

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I-19 Speedway


Sometimes it’s hard to tell what’s hotter at I-19 Speedway: the Arizona heat, or the tempers after a race! With higher banks than many of the other quarter-mile facilities. 

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I-84 Raceway


Dirt ovals in Pennsylvania often breed some of the fastest local heroes in the sport, and few tracks are defended more passionately than I-84.

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Jacobs County Speedway

Jacobs County

When presented with the opportunity to pave their track for a chance at hosting larger events, the owners of Jacobs County Speedway held firm on the banked third-mile oval’s dirt status.

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Kenyon County Fairgrounds


In the grand tradition of racetracks based at county fairs, the third-mile Kenyon County Fairgrounds circuit has carved out a worthy place in the midwest racing pantheon.

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Madison Lake Motorsport Park


The 3/10 mile oval was built in what used to be a football stadium, and the track is half covered by a roof and half by glass.

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Millstone Park Speedway


Built by the owners of a milling facility as an attraction for their employees, Iowa’s Millstone Park Speedway eventually superseded the milling business as a popular year-round tourist attraction.

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Norris County Speedway


Norris County Speedway is a third-mile oval that is closer to a circle, and there’s little banking to work with, either.

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Old Mill Raceway


As a quarter-mile tri-oval, rather than a traditional oval, Georgia’s Old Mill Raceway fills a unique niche in dirt oval racing.

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Prairie Creek Speedway


The cornfields of Iowa are the backdrop for Prairie Creek Raceway. Unlike many other tri-ovals, Prairie Creek’s curve is on its backstretch.

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Prairie View Motorsports Park

If you’re a fan of high banks, short tracks, and even indoor facilities, Prairie View Motorsports Park is the perfect mix for you. At just ⅕ of a mile long, drivers are frequently on top of one another lap after lap.

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Rockberry Raceway


Built by an ambitious ex-open wheel racer when he hung up his helmet and returned home to California, the inspiration for Rockberry Raceway’s squared-off oval is fairly clear.

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Roper Mountain Raceway


Despite repeated pressures to sell, the owners of Colorado’s third-mile Roper Mountain Raceway care far too much about dirt racing to give up their beautiful plot of mountain land.

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Sawtooth Mountain Speedway


With high banks all the way around and an extra wide racing surface to work with across its 3/10 of a mile, Sawtooth Mountain Speedway is everything that dirt racing fans ask for rolled into one.

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Sheep Mountain Raceway

South Carolina

The track is much shorter at a third of a mile, but its tri-oval shape and banked corners are evocative of some of America’s most famous oval circuits.

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Sterling County Speedway


The banked quarter-mile oval, Illinois’ Sterling County Speedway isn’t equipped with too many grandstands, but its owners know they need to get building.

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Straight River Speedway


Nebraska’s Straight River Speedway, the third-mile oval’s quick straightaways and banked turns treat fans to intense, laps-long battles.

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Sugarbush Motor Speedway


Located among a picturesque Tennessee mountain range, Sugarbush Motor Speedway is a half-mile slice of heaven for both race fans and outdoor types.

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Willow Creek Raceway


Long straightaways and little banking in the corners are the defining characteristics of Virginia’s Willow Creek Raceway.

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Woodley Motor Speedway


The quarter-mile Woodley Motor Speedway is one of Alabama’s most popular racetracks, both for its pristine red clay racing surface and the backstretch dogleg.