Track Facts

TRACK FACTS

I-35 Speedway is a high banked 3/8 mile dirt racing facility located in northwest Missouri.  I-35 Speedway is owned by Mike and Kyle Johnson.  I-35 Speedway was built in 1994 and purchased by the Johnson's in late 2007.  I-35 Speedway hosts weekly racing events from March through October. 

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Track Name: I-35 Speedway
Physical Location: Winston, Missouri
Mailing Address: 13141 MO-6 Winston, MO 64689
Telephone: (660) 749-5317
Website: www.i-35speedway.net
Owner: Mike & Kyle Johnson

 

 

 

 

Track Information 

Size: 3/8 Mile
Surface: Clay
Configuration: Oval
Bankings: Turns - 24 degrees / Straights - 8 degrees
Year Built: 1994
Parking Free in designated areas
Camping: Available overnight park area or $50 reserved spots for special races
Concessions: Concessions are located throughout the track, in the pits, the main concession, a funnel cake room, a beer shack and the full service Trackside Bar and Grill, where you can enjoy a delicious meal overlooking turns one and two of the racetrack.

Racing Flags

The green flag is waved to indicate the start of a race. The green flag will remain displayed during a race as long as the track is clear for full speed competition.
The yellow flag is used when hazardous conditions are present on the track. Once the yellow flag is displayed, drivers cannot advance positions on the track. Laps made under yellow flag conditions do not count in the total number of race laps.
The red flag is used when track conditions become too severe for cars to continue circling the track. The red is automatically displayed any time a race car flips.
The black flag is a consolation flag, indicating that the driver must report to the pit steward immediately. The black flag is used when a driver violates a track rule or has a safety issue that needs checked before returning to the race.
The white flag indicates there is one lap to go in the race.
The checkered flag indicates the race is complete.
          Crossed Flags The flagman will take two furled flags and cross them to indicate to the drivers that the race has reached its halfway point. Half of the scheduled laps have been completed and half of the scheduled laps remain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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