2019 Schedule and Ticket Info

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Calistoga Speedway Ticket Info and 2019 Schedule 

The Vineyards in the Napa Valley are bright yellow with mustard.   It’s the first sign of spring and a clue that the green of summer is not far behind.   Calistoga Speedway will be waving the green flag on racing before you know it. It’s not too soon to mark your calendar for the best dirt track racing in the west.

And NOW is the time to call us if you want to save your seats for the Louie Vermeil Classic, the biggest racing weekend of the season.   If you want the same seats you had last year, you need to call us by May 29th. HMC Promotions (916) 773-7223 or (916) 773-7225. All tickets for the Louie Vermeil Classic will go on sale to the general public on May 30th.   Don’t lose your seats.   Call us today.

 

Louie Vermeil Classic and Hall of Fame Dinner. August 30th, Aug 31st -Sept 2

The Labor Day tradition continues with the grandest racing weekend of the Summer at Calistoga Speedway. Of course it kicks off Friday night with the Hall of Fame induction dinner where we honor the racers, team owners and others who are the reason Calistoga Speedway such a special place.   Saturday and Sunday we make new history with high speed racing action featuring USAC / CRA  and Sprint Cars and the Winged 410 Sprint Cars – NARC / King Of The West. It’s your only chance to see traditional, non-wing Sprint Cars and Winged Sprint Cars where they shine the best—a half mile race track. With wine tasting, a beer fest and music, this is a weekend you simply don’t wat to miss.

You can reserve your seats for the Hall of Fame dinner with the same phone call. There were no extra seats last year and we do not sell tickets at the door. You can reserve a seat or a table with one easy phone call:   (916) 773-7223 or (916) 773-7225

Wine Country Showdown, WOO Event – September TBA

Led by 10-time national champion, Donny Schatz, the World of Outlaws are simply some of the nation’s best winged sprint car drivers. The weekend is a homecoming of sorts for WoO regulars such as Brad Sweet this year’s 2018 Knoxville Nationals Champion and a host of up an coming stars ready for action. But the Outlaws always face fierce competition in California.   It’s the only chance to see the best and fastest drivers of winged sprint cars on a half mile oval in northern California.

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