Evergreen Speedway

Evergreen Speedway

  Administrative  
Address PO Box 879
Monroe, WA 98272
Phone (360) 794-5917
Official Website
  Stadium Resources  
Seating
Weather
  The Facility  
Date Built 1952
Ownership Unknown
Capacity 15,000
Track(s) 0.646 Miles
Front straight: 850 feet
Back straight: 850 feet
Banking: Corners: 8 degrees,
Straight: 4 degrees
On Site Parking Unknown
  Other Facts  
Tenants NASCAR Busch Grand National
NASCAR Winston Cup
NASCAR Craftsman Truck

Sources:Team Marketing Report and Mediaventures

Located a mere 25 miles northeast of Seattle, America's 16th-largest market, Evergreen Speedway is a majestic racing facility with a robust history dating back to its creation in 1952. Nestled in the expansive Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, Wash., the stately race track has a solid record of vigorous attendance and support from the surrounding community.

Much of the track's success can be attributed to its unique design, which combines a 5/8-mile paved outer oval with a 3/8-mile inner oval, a 1/5-mile oval, a 1/8-mile drag strip, and a figure-eight track. The unification of the five venues within view of the 7500-seat covered, and additional 7500-seat modular grandstands has created a flexible Motorsports arena offering a diverse entertainment product to the fan base.

Evergreen Speedway is the largest and most unique racing facility in the Pacific Northwest, offering one of the most diverse weekly racing programs in the country.

Evergreen Speedway offers some of the largest fields for NASCAR Super Stock, Minis, Bombers and Figure 8s in weekly NASCAR Winston Racing Series competition.

Along with weekly programs, Evergreen Speedway offers fans a chance to see some of America's best drivers battle it out in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.

Dubbed "The Superspeedway of the West" by NASCAR racing legend David Pearson, the track's outer oval provides an exciting, high-speed playing field for some of NASCAR's top touring divisions, while the smaller ovals and figure-eight track render a perfect venue for weekly NASCAR events.

Fans from each end of Washington -- from Seattle to Spokane, and from Olympia to Bellingham -- flock to the picturesque track each year in anticipation of some of the best racing action on the West Coast

Source: NASCAR.com

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