Western Speedway

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Western Speedway is located just outside Victoria, British Columbia, in the All Fun Recreation Park which features go-karts, batting cages, and mini golf. It is a 4/10-mile (643 meter) paved oval track that was founded in 1954, and it is western Canada's oldest speedway. It is in southern Vancouver Island and will seat up to 3,000 fans park up to 1,500 cars with a season running from April to September. Western Speedway hosts mainly stock cars, late models, Old Time Racing Association, sprint cars winged and non-winged, demo cars/trucks, dwarf cars, drag races, and mini figure eight cars and monster trucks and more.

External links

  • Official website
  • http://www.na-motorsports.com/Tracks/CAN/BC/Western.html#TrackFacts

Coordinates: 48°28′25″N 123°30′0″W / 48.47361°N 123.50000°W / 48.47361; -123.50000

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