FAQ

Where can I purchase tickets?

All tickets can be purchased at the speedway the day of the event. Season passes can be purchased in advance by calling the Boone Speedway office. Reserved seating tickets are only available for the IMCA Super Nationals and can be purchased by contacting the Boone Speedway office as well.

 

What time do the races start and end?

Gates open at 6 p.m., hot laps are at 7 p.m. and racing starts at 7:30 p.m. All racing events are usually complete by 10:30 p.m. Start times for special events and the IMCA Super Nationals may vary and are subject to change.

 

Is Camping available?

Camping is available on the Boone Speedway grounds. There are no electrical hookups available.

 

What type of food do you sell at the track?

Boone Speedway offers a wide variety of concession food including walking tacos, pizza, funnel cakes, chicken tenders, tenderloins, beef burgers, hot dogs, Polish sausage, French fires, onion chips, nachos, cotton candy and candy. Along with water, soda, coffee, hot chocolate and beer.

 

Are coolers allowed?

NO coolers, food or beverages may be brought into the grandstand area of the Boone Speedway. Coolers are allowed in the pit area.

 

Are pets allowed?

NO pets are allowed on the Boone Speedway property.

 

What accommodations do you have for handicapped fans?

Handicapped accessible parking, restrooms and seating are available at the Boone Speedway.

 

What are the track seating options?

Boone Speedway offers are variety of viewing areas for our fans to enjoy the races. General seating is available in the grandstand area, as well as VIP seating in the grandstand tower. Boone Speedway also boasts one of the most fan friendly pit areas of any dirt track in the United States, with half of the race track lined with catwalks. It all provides the most entertaining viewing a fan could ask for! There isnt a bad seat at the Boone Speedway!

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