Lexington 104 Speedway is a 3/8 mile medium banked dirt oval located in Tennessee.
We are nestled in the south part of music Highway off of I-40. See direction in About - Location
We’ll feature Crate Late Models, Open Wheel, Hobby, E-mod, and Pure/Street Stock and more.
Each class uses Lexington 104 Speedway rules which you will find on our site.
We also feature special race events with various traveling series visiting us.
This includes sprints, and Super Late models.
We race from May through September every Friday Night, Pit gates officially open at 4 PM, but may be open earlier for drivers to enter and setup prior to checking in. Grandstand gates open at 5 pm. With heat races starting at 7:04 pm. Main events start at 8:24 pm and racing ends at 11:00 pm.
Normal Weekly Show Ticket Prices
6 and under
7 – UP
Lexington 104 Speedway will be running a 305 sprint car once a month. Dates are post in the Calendar section
305 Sprint Cars
(Race Saver Legal 305 Winged. Rules Apply Motor will be checked)
10 Cars or more $750 to win and $100 to take green
15 or more cars $900. To win and $100. To take green
20 or more cars $1000 to win and $100 to take the green
July 2nd and 3rd will be a special race. Will post what the schedule for those date are at a later time. Still working out details.
July 2nd and July 3rd - E-mod's Topless, 305 Sprint Cars
July 3rd - 305 Sprint Cars, Dwarf cars, Vintage Cars
305 Sprints Registration and payout's go to rules and payout's
Lexington 104 Speedway will be running Race saver rules with the exception of these rules Right Rear tire - ASCS Med or hard Tire or Race saver right rear tire only steel heads will be allowed this years but they have to meet race saver head rules with Valve Springs and no ported heads, Cam and Compress, etc. Titanium will not be a big concerns still have to weight minimum weight this year. The minimum weight with a driver after race: 1550 lbs. with a fire suppression system. Cars without a fire suppression system must weigh 1575 lbs. Starting weight must allow for fuel burn off. Any ballast must be securely bolted, and located between the front motor plate to 12" behind rear motor plate. Ballast will not be permitted when using a lightened engine block. With the help of the racers we can build this class and make it successful. Remember this is a building year.
All classes will be tech.
Please call if you have a question 731-968-8333 Payout for all 305 750 to win 10 cars and 100 to take the green 900 to win 15 cars and 100 to take the green 1000 to win 20 cars and 100 to take the green
You do not need to be a member of any series for this payout.