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Lake Erie Speedway

Lake Erie Speedway
Location Greenfield Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania
Time zone EST
Owner Lake Erie Promotions, Inc.
Opened June 21, 2002
Major events
  • Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam
  • NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
Conventional oval
Surface Asphalt
Length 0.375 mi (0.6 km)
Turns 4
Banking 6-12 degrees (turns), 6 degrees in straights
Bandolero oval
Surface Asphalt
Length 1/4 mile mi
Turns 4

Lake Erie Speedway is a 3/8 mile (0.6 km) paved, banked oval race track which opened on June 21, 2002 in Erie County, Pennsylvania south of North East, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a member of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. Lake Erie Speedway runs five race divisions including: Plyler Overhead Door Modifieds, Street Stocks, Compacts, Legends, and Bandoleros. Lake Erie Speedway special events include TQ Midgets, Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam featuring Grave Digger, MidSummer Music Fest, Must See Racing Super Modifeds, Crash-A-Rama, and USAC Midget Series. The track formerly hosted the ARCA RE/MAX Series and the NASCAR Busch East/North Series. Unlike the top three NASCAR series (Cup, Nationwide, Trucks), the official fuel provider is Kwik Fill, instead of Sunoco. In 2013, the track hosted the Legends Asphalt National Race on September 12-15.

Division Champions
Year Legends Street Stocks Bandoleros Compacts Modifieds
2012 Brandon DeBrakeleer Kaity Kicinski Wesley McCray Dan Bittinger Dave McAvoy
2011 Brandon DeBrakeleer Lexi Wilson Melissa Brockman Greg Irish Dave McAvoy
2010 Jeremy Haudricourt Lexi Wilson Anthony Riforgiato Jonathon Breads James-Paul Weisser
2009 Steve Sunday Jeff Campbell Brandon DeBrakeleer Jonathon Breads Eric McCray
2008 Justin Hines Dave Wilson Jr. Nathan Carlson Jonathon Breads Scott Bayle
2007 Justin Hines Eric Hadley Nathan Carlson Dave McAvoy
2006 JD Trenary Terry Akerly James-Paul Weisser Eric McCray
2005 Chris Bailey Jr. David Krawczyk Grant Kirik
2004 James Rader Paul Thrasher Chris Bailey Jr.
2003 James Rader Cory Lischer Bryanne Downes
2002 Jay Wesley Swartout Kevin Weise Zack Downes Neil Hopkins

External links

  • Official Website

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