Five Mile Point Speedway 

 phone:  607-651-4421  -  email:  [email protected] 

Five Mile Point Speedway - one of the longest consecutively run auto racing facilities in the United States.  The 2020 racing season marks the 70th consecutive year of racing at the historic quarter mile oval.   We are racing this Saturday, July 11th.  The grandstand will be closed to spectators per current NYS Covid-19 Guidelines.  We will keep everyone updated as to what date spectators will be permitted to enter the grandstand area.  

July 11th - 8:30 a.m. RACE DAY UPDATE - Racing is ON for tonight.  Racing begins at 7:15 p.m.  The spectator grandstand remains closed.  Everyone is required to have a mask in the pit area.  We have masks to provide for free if you do not have one.  WEATHER INFORMATION - Rain swept through the area overnight.  We had the track packed tight and had just finished prior to the rain starting on Friday.  We do expect another line of showers this afternoon but we believe it will be out of the area early enough today.  Please feel free to call the speedway as often as you like for updates 607-651-4421.  We will provide our next update around 12 noon today.  Thank you and we look forward to seeing everyone later today!

12:45 p.m. UPDATE - We are planning on racing tonight at Five Mile Point Speedway.

We do expect to have some rain this afternoon. We also expect the front to move through with plenty of time to go racing.

We have the track packed tight so we are very confident despite afternoon rain we will be good to go once the front passes through today.

Feel free to call us at 607-651-4421.

Next Race - Saturday, July 11th.  - Racing 7:15 p.m.

Mike Colsten Remembered Modified 51 Now Tuesday, July 28th.

* Modifieds 51 laps.

* GRIT Crate Sportsman.

* GRIT 600 Modifieds.

* FWD Four Cylinders.

See all the action live on Dirt Track Digest TV.  

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Gary Smith Wins Insinger Performance Crate Sportsman Main on Week 3.

Ray Leonard Records Insinger Performance Crate Sportsman On Week 2 - June 20th.

KIRKWOOD, NY…Ray Leonard recorded his first ever victory in the 20 lap Insinger Race Fuels Crate Sportsman feature on Saturday at Five Mile Point Speedway.  Read more...

Todd Titus Wins $1,000 With Victory in 70th Season Opener GRIT Crate Sportsman 30. 

Kirkwood, NY...Kirkwood's Todd Titus emerged the winner of the 70th Opening Night GRIT Crate Sportsman race Saturday, June 13th at Five Mile Point Speedway.  Read more...

Ray Leonard (3) raced to the win Saturday, June 20th.

Gary Smith (7up) June 27th Sportsman Winner.

Saturday, June 27th - 

Order of Racing Events. 

This Saturday's order of events have been posted - please click below...

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June 20th Feature Winners.

D & J Fotos.

Mandatory weekly pit entrance form can be printed and completed prior to arriving...Now Updated For 7/11/20...

We have a form that will need to be signed upon entrance in to the pits.  You are encouraged to print it ahead of time completed to turn in.  You can print a copy by clicking below.

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June 27th Feature Winners. 

D & J Fotos.

Saturday, July 11th 

Event/Covid - 19 Guidelines

The grandstands will not be open this Saturday night per current NYS guidelines.  All those entering the pit area/on the property will need to wear a mask this Saturday.  We do have masks available if anyone needs them.  Please click below to read the guidelines that will be enforced this Saturday.

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Saturday, June 20th

General Race Information. ​


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Saturday Race Sponsor Support.

A number of local businesses and sponsors have added bonus money to some of the divisions this Saturday.

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Five Mile Point Speedway was featured on NASCAR America.

Racing action at Five Mile Point Speedway - like no other...

Track Photographer: Dawn Maynard 

2020 Weekly Racing to Feature - Modifieds, Crate Sportsman, Factory Stocks, FWD Four Cylinder Expert/Novice, 600 Mods and Juniors...

Five Mile Point Speedway recently participated in the Town of Kirkwood "Hometown Christmas" as the track laid under a blanket of snow!

New Clay Surface Put In Place During Late Nov. Early Dec. 2017