Speedway is a 1/3 Mile Semi-Banked Clay
Oval Track located in Eagle
Pits Open: 5:00 pm
Open: 5:00 pm
Draw Cut Off: 6:45 pm
Hot Laps: 7:00
Racing: 7:30 pm
Youth (6-16) – $6
Children (5 &
under) – Free
Pits – $25
Eagle River, Wisconsin:
Take Hwy 70 West, go about 3 miles.
Take left, on Cloverland Drive. Follow about 1-1/2 miles to Eagle
Directions from the
Take Highway 70 East. Follow to Cloverland
Take right and follow about 1-1/2 miles to Eagle River
here to download a PDF of the track rules.
and regulations set forth shall govern the condition of all race events,
and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have
agreed to comply with these rules. Eagle River Speedway reserves the right
to prohibit any car, driver, pit crew, or those associated if it is felt
that a participant’s presence or conduct is not in the best interest of
the sport. The Eagle River Speedway Sanctioning Body reserves the right to
make rule interpretations and changes at any time to benefit the race
program. There decision is Final.
It is the driver’s responsibility to be legal
every week at
7:00 P.M. RACE
All cars must be in the pits and are required to
pack the track. Any car not ready and able to pack the track will be moved
to the back of the pack in the Heat Race.
The owner and driver assume responsibility for action
of their pit crew in every respect. The driver is the acting spokesman for
the car in every matter.
only race the car they sign in at the pit gate and a driver can only check
one car in the division per night.
A car can be substituted by fellow driver in same division if your car is
not able to race.
Any fighting in the pits
will not be tolerated and is ground for suspension. There will be a
minimum of one week suspension for all parties involved in confrontation.
All decisions will be made through Eagle River Speedway Sanctioning Body
to the length of suspension(s).
Eagle River Speedway has a Zero Tolerance
alcohol policy by any participant whom would enter the pit area. There
will be no consumption of alcoholic beverages until the entire program is
complete. Glass bottles and containers are prohibited.
a participant or crew member if caught consuming an alcoholic beverage in
the pit area, or is under the influence of alcoholic beverages in the pit
area before the entire program for all divisions is completed, will be
immediately ejected from the race grounds and subject to suspension.
be suspended for a minimum for a minimum of one full calendar year. Pitman
will be suspended for a minimum of two weeks.
It’s the responsibility of the driver to be
ready and lined up for their race. Assistance will be given by track
personal. Any car not in the line-up at the time the white flag lap of the
previous race will forfeit their position and start in the
No parade lap will be given!! (Exception: Only
if cars from previous race still on track).
Flag Man will flash green
light to inform driver’s green flag being taken.
The front two cars
will set a reasonable pace. Any car moving up positions before green flag
is taken will be docked at the end of the race for each position passed.
Flag Man will determine start and restarts.
Top 4 finishes after heat
and feature races in B-Mod Midwest/Sport, Micro-Sprints, Street Stocks and
Pure Stocks are required to scale. If any driver happens to be
disqualified because of rules violation or weight will lose their points
for the night.
- Red: Stop
- Yellow: Caution
- White: One lap to go.
- Yellow/Red: Any driver causing Two Yellow Flags,
Two Red Flags or one Red and one Yellow Flag in a race will be
disqualified from that race.
- Blue/Yellow Strip: The Leaders about
to lap you and need to move to top of track.
- Black: Disqualified
from race and need to leave track surface immediately. Failure to
disobey black flag for 3 or more laps, you will forfeit all points and
money for that evening’s race program.
Everyone entering pits must sign in before entry at main gate to receive
- Wristband must be worn at all times.
spectators are allowed in pits until race program has finished.
Personal vehicles may not be driven into pit area; exceptions can be
made by Eagle River Speedway Staff.
- Pit Crew Members may leave for
emergency purposes only, with permission from Pit Official.
Individuals under the age of 18. (Ages 1-17 may enter the pit area with
a Parent or Guardian signed “Minor Release and Waiver of Liability and
Indemnity Agreement”, a copy of the minors Birth Certificate is
Individuals under the influence of Alcohol or Drugs will
not be allowed in Pit Area.
- No Pets are
All scoring disputes must be finalized before
leaving track for the evening.
Flag Man decisions are Final.
Eagle River Speedway
Sanctioning Body has the authority to enforce all track rules and
prescribe the penalty for any violation.