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Spencer Bayston picks up first career Ohio Speedweek win in the Kevin Swindell owned #39!Muskingum County Speedway

(June, 27th 2017) For the first time in over 10 years the All Star Circuit of Champions returned to the Muskingum County Speedway. What made the event even more special it was the first time the track in Dresden, Ohio hosted an Ohio Sprint Speedweek in its long storied career. Track promoter Donnie Moran was able to work out an agreement with Tony Stewart's All Star Sprint Cars back and it did not disappoint as 43 cars signed into the pit area ready to race along with 40 cars across two supporting classes.

The main event of the night went to the Arctic Cat All Star Sprint Cars. Spencer Bayston and Caleb Armstrong lead the field to the green flag with Bayston getting the jump over Armstrong early on to take the lead. As Bayston extended his lead over the field, "True Outlaw" Tim Shaffer went to work on Armstrong for second. As the field reached lapped traffic Shaffer would slip up while trying to make his move for the runner up spot allowing Chad Kemenah to get by. Kemenah would then begin to work his way through lapped traffic in search of second place runner Armstrong. As the laps clicked away it was evident no one was going to be able to track down Bayston as he would go on and win his first career Ohio Sprint Speedweek feature. Armstrong would hold off Kemenah followed by Shaffer and Cole Duncan.

Next up saw the Arizona Sport Shirts Late Models take the green flag. The supporting class to the All Stars were running for $1,500 to win in the 20 lap feature. Freddie Carpenter and Michael Davis lead the field to the green flag and it was all Freddie Carpenter from start to finish as the West Virgina native drove his Krypton Chassis #4C to a dominate victory over Davis, Craig Wolford, Nick Dohm, and Brian Baumberger.

The final feature of the night went to the Zemba Brothers Modifieds and it was all Jesse Wisecarver taking home his second win in a row over Aaron Scott, DJ Cline, Kevin Morehouse, and Rex Slaughter. Wisecarver has been on a tear as of late at the Muskingum County Speedway winning opening night and picking up a win last year as well.

Next up for the Speedway is the July 3rd special featuring the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series presented by Bear Welding Services. The event will pay $12,000 to the winner and supported by the Zemba Brothers Modifieds, Sagle Auto Electric Street Stocks, and DMR Mod-lites. The track will also be hosting its annual Fireworks display which is considered the largest in the area!

Don't miss out on a great night of racing this coming Monday July 3rd!

Muskingum Count Speedway to hold Test and Tune on Wednesday May 17th for all classes!Muskingum County Speedway

(May, 15th 2017) Muskingum County Speedway would like to invite all race teams to a Test & Tune session on Wednesday May, 17th 2017 from 5:00pm to dark. We will not be running the lights on for this event, so once dusk sets in we will be wrapping the session up.

Entry into the pits for the event is $20 per person. We will have limited seating into the grandstands as well for spectators, but only in a designated area to help keep trash pick up down as opening night is on the 20th.

Track Management is also looking at other days to possibly hold more Test and Tune sessions if Wednesday goes well with all race teams.

Don't forget opening night is Saturday May 20th with the Arizona Sport Shirts Late Models paying $2,000 to win along with the Zemba Bros. Inc. Modifieds paying $1,200 to the winner. Supporting the top two divisions are the Sagle Auto Electric Street Stocks, DMR Driving School Modlites, and the Denny's Diner 4 Cylinders.

We hope to see everyone on Wednesday and Saturday!

Muskingum County Speedway to continue special events in 2017! Sponsorships available!Muskingum County Speedway

(February, 9th 2016) Muskingum County Speedway is proud to announce racing will once again continue with promoter Donnie Moran back at the helm in 2017. The announcement was made early in January and more details are continuing to pour in as opening night is set for May 20th!

As of right now only four events are slated on the calendar with the hopes of a few more to follow. The events on the schedule, however, will feature some of the best racing action in the state of Ohio along with some of the biggest names in motorsports as well.

. Back on the schedule for the second consecutive year are the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series over the July 4th weekend of racing action. The event will also include the biggest display of fireworks for all of our race fans! Making its first stops to the Speedway are the Arctic Car All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series along with the Dirt Late Model DIRTWEEK sponsored by Octane for the Gibbys Racing Series.

The Sprint Cars will feature defending champion Chad Kemenah, Dale Blaney, among others as the All Stars make there first appearance in over ten years at the track! When the DIRTWEEK rolls into town fans will be treated with names such as Rod Conley, Tyler Carpenter, and Doug Drown.

Everyone at Muskingum County Speedway is ecstatic with the news racing will continue and having some of the top series' make stops at the track in Dresden, Ohio is an added bonus. Make sure you stay tuned to all of the up to date information on our Facebook Page and of course right here at muskingumcountyspeedway.com!

Muskingum County Speedway and Midway Speedway join forces for August 5th and August 6th!Muskingum County Speedway

(August, 2nd 2016) Midway Speedway and Muskingum Speedway are combining forces this coming weekend to support Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks, and 4cyl. racing in a very unique way!

Any driver in these four classes who races Midway FRIDAY NIGHT August 5th and Muskingum SATURDAY NIGHT August 6th is eligible to win a bonus!

There are no points involved in the special promotion all you simple have to do is race each track each night and a bonus will be given to each division, thats right EACH division!

Here is how the promotion works: All the names of the drivers who compete each night will be placed into a hat (Four hats for Four Classes) and at intermission each class will have a drivers name drawn. Each driver will then receive $250 on the spot! No catches, no hidden rules, just our way of trying to promote local dirt track racing and give an added twist to all of our drivers!

Remember, you must run both nights, FRIDAY and SATURDAY to be eligible to win!

Good luck to everyone and thanks for your continued support!

Scott Bloomquist sweeps July Fourth Holiday Specials by taking home the win on Sunday Night!Muskingum County Speedway

(July, 4th 2016) Scott Bloomquist pulled off a clean sweep of Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series racing in the State of Ohio this Independence weekend, winning the Lumi-Lite Candle Co. 60 on Sunday Night at Muskingum County Speedway. Over the course of two nights, Bloomquist collected over $24,000 in winnings.

Bloomquist started third in the 60-lap main event and fell back to fifth on the opening lap. He gradually made his way to the front, taking the lead from Don O’Neal on lap 33. Bloomquist went on to the victory, and extended his series points lead.

O’Neal finished second, followed by Jared Landers, Earl Pearson Jr., and Brandon Sheppard.

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Devin Moran takes home the Jim Dunn Qualifier Busch 30! Jesse Wisecraver takes home the Mod win!Muskingum County Speedway

(June, 17th 2016) Mother nature finally opened up this past weekend and allowed for a great night of racing as Muskingum County Speedway finally celebrated the 2016 season opener. The event was held on Friday as a Jim Dunn Qualifier race for Saturday Nights Jim Dunn Memorial at Ohio Valley Speedway.

The Arizona Sport Shirts Late Model Division saw Fast Qualifier and heat race winner Devin Moran start from the pole and dominate the 30 lap feature event sponsored by Busch Beer. Devin had little challenges and nearly had a half a track lead at all times as he took home the $2,000 top prize and guaranteed starting spot in the Jim Dunn Memorial on Saturday night at Ohio Valley Speedway.

The Zemba Brothers Inc. Modified division saw Jesse Wisecarver use an early race restart to his advantage and got around Tanner Wilson to win the first night of racing action at Muskingum County Speedway. Wilson would have his hands full for second place as Kevin Morehouse applied consistent pressure for the runner up spot. In the end Wilson would hold off Morehouse for second with Aaron Scott coming home fourth and Rick Auckland rounded out the top five.

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Races are on for Tonight's (Friday, June 17th) Jim Dunn Qualifier race at Muskingum County Speedway!Muskingum County Speedway

(June, 17th 2016) We have been getting numerous calls as of late with people asking if we are running tonight or tomorrow. We are not sure where the confusion has started, but we are in fact running TONIGHT, FRIDAY, JUNE 17TH!

This race will post as the Jim Dunn Qualifier. The driver that wins tonight will receive an automatic starting position in Saturdays running of the Jim Dunn Memorial Race at Ohio Valley Speedway in Lubeck, WV.

We apologize for any confusion or if some information was mis led, but once again Muskingum County Speedway is running TONIGHT, FRIDAY, JUNE 17TH!

We Hope to see you all there!!!

 

Opening Night once again washed out at Muskingum County SpeedwayMuskingum County Speedway

(May, 21 2016) DRESDEN, OHIO (5/21/16) – Heavy overnight rains and a relentless mist have forced officials at Muskingum County Speedway to postpone Saturday’s event. The first race of the year will now be the Jim Dunn Memorial qualifier on Friday, June 17.

Track promoter Donnie Moran and his staff are considering futWure dates to possibly reschedule tonight’s show dubbed “The Memorial”, which pays tribute to several friends and drivers of the track who have passed away over the years.

“It’s just been an unforgiving Spring,” Moran said. “We worked hard to get everything ready for tonight, but the heavy overnight rains, constant mist, and lack of sun to dry things out gives us no choice but to postpone tonight’s show.”

The next event on the schedule will be the Jim Dunn Memorial qualifier/ Busch 30 on Friday, June 17. The winner of that night’s Late Model feature will be guaranteed a starting spot in the prestigious $12,000 to win Jim Dunn Memorial the following night at Ohio Valley Speedway in Lubeck, WV. The other divisions racing on Friday, June 17 will be announced soon.

Muskingum County Speedway is a 4/10 mile oval located six miles north of Zanesville, Ohio on State Route 60. For more information, please call (740) 607-2299 or visit us on the web at www.muskingumcountyspeedway.com. You can also check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Muskingum-County-Speedway and follow us on Twitter at @muskingumco

May 21st racing has been officially announced!Muskingum County Speedway

Opening Night at Muskingum County Speedway Washed Out

(April, 29th 2016) The Muskingum County Speedway Memorial is just around the corner and we have our division line-up ready as we take two on getting the season started after weather won the first round.

May 21st will feature the Airzona Sport Shirts Late Models, Zemba Brothers Inc. Modifieds, Muskingum County Street Stocks, Denny's Dinner 4cyl., and the Muskingum County Modlite classes.

We hope to see you all at the races! Don't forget racing starts at 7:00pm Sharp!

 

OPENING NIGHT AT MUSKINGUM COUNTY SPEEDWAY WASHED OUT!Muskingum County Speedway

Opening Night at Muskingum County Speedway Washed Out

(April, 29th 2016) With a gloomy forecast and a near 100% chance of rain on the horizon, officials at Muskingum County Speedway have elected to cancel Saturday’s season opener. The first race of the year will now be Saturday, May 21.

With all the weather models predicting long, steady showers beginning Saturday afternoon and not diminishing until late Sunday, promoter Donnie Moran and his staff have cancelled the event early as a courtesy to the fans and drivers in an effort to save some a long voyage to the speedway.

“We really hate having to cancel,” Moran said, “but with the dismal forecast, we have no choice. The last thing we want to do is get all of our fans and drivers in the gate and then have the rains hit.”

The rained out event will not be rescheduled and the season opener will now take place on Saturday, May 21. The divisions racing on that night will be announced shortly. On May 21, the Pit Gates will open at 4:00pm, General Admissions gates will open at 5:00pm, and Racing is slated to get underway at 7:00pm.

Muskingum County Speedway is a 4/10 mile oval located six miles north of Zanesville, Ohio on State Route 60. For more information, please call (740) 607-2299 or visit us on the web at www.muskingumcountyspeedway.com. You can also check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Muskingum-County-Speedway and follow us on Twitter at @muskingumco

 

Welcome to the new and improved Musking County Speedway Website!

(April, 20th 2016) Hello Race Fans and welcome to the new relaunched Muskingum County Speedway website! As promised, we have been hard at work not only prepping the track for the April 30th opener, but we have been putting the finishing touches on the website for this year!

You will find there are still a few pages that are not active as of yet, but for the most part we are getting more and more functions available to make this one of the areas best websites for our fans to easily navigate!

If you are a driver you can find this years rules by CLICKING HERE or going to the Rules button in the navigation panel above. They are currently up to date, but if there are any changes will be sure to outline them here on the home page as well as on the rules page.

We also have the payout for the first night of racing on April 30th. You can find out what each class will be paying by CLICKING HERE or going to the Forms button also located in the Navigation panel above.

Opening night ticket prices are as follows: $30.00 for pit admission, $15.00 for the main grandstands, kids 6 to 11 are $5.00 and any child under the age of 5 is FREE!

The pit gate will open at 4:00pm sharp with the main gate opening at 5:00pm. Hotlaps will begin immediately following the drivers meeting after 6:00pm with racing starting at 7:00pm!

We hope to see all of our race fans on Saturday nights and stay tuned as we release our full schedule in the coming weeks!

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