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CATEGORIES (articles) > American Motorsport > Motorsport Events For Petrolheads > NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series

NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series


The Dodge Weekly Series is a semi-professional and amateur auto racing series sanctioned by NASCAR. It is commonly seen as the lowest level of competitive racing sanctioned by NASCAR, and is thus the entry point for a number of aspiring drivers.

Tracks which participate in the Weekly Series are divided randomly among four divisions. Because the Weekly Series is not a touring division, geographical proximity of the tracks is irrelevant. In 2005 the Weekly Series became the first NASCAR-sanctioned series to have a permanent presence outside of the United States, as tracks in Saint-Eustache, Quebec, Delaware, Ontario, and Edmonton, Alberta, elected to be represented in the series.

Because participants rarely compete directly against each other, and may drive a wide variety of cars against varying opposition, the driver's point system is understandably complex. Points are awarded first for finishing position according to NASCAR rules, with bonus points added for races against fields of 15 cars or greater (double points for fields of 25 or more). Only the top 16 results of a season count for a driver. Although this does help to level the playing field somewhat, it can be supposed that a driver who competes in more races against a larger field of cars will score more points for consistent finishes, and thus will end up with more points at the end of the year. Each of the four divisions crowns a divisional champion, and the driver from those four with the most points is crowded as the national Weekly Series champion.

What cars are used to score points in the weekly series is up to the discretion of the individual participating tracks, within Weekly Series guidelines. As of 2005, Sportsman, Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, Late Model Stock Cars, Modifieds, SK Modifieds, Dirt Modifieds, Dirt Late Models, Pro Stocks and Super Stocks are considered eligible categories. Participating tracks are all short tracks, ranging from 1/4 mile to 5/8 mile; most are paved, but a significant number of dirt tracks also participate.


Weekly Series Tracks


Division I Tracks

  • Ace Speedway - Altamahaw, N.C. (4/10 Mile Asphalt)
  • Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, Maine (1/3 Mile Asphalt)
  • Bowman Gray Stadium - Winston-Salem, N.C. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Caraway Speedway - Sophia, N.C. (.455 Mile Asphalt)
  • Evergreen Speedway - Monroe, Wash. (.646 and 3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Greenville-Pickens Speedway - Greenville, S.C. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Lakeside Speedway - Kansas City, Kan. (1/2 Mile Dirt)
  • Langley Speedway (Virginia) - Hampton, Va. (.395 Mile Asphalt)
  • Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Ga. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Linn County Speedway - Pleasanton, Kan. (3/8 Mile Dirt)
  • Mansfield Motorsports Speedway - Mansfield, Ohio (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Motor Mile Speedway - Radford, Va. (.416 Mile Asphalt)
  • Rockford Speedway - Rockford, Ill. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Rocky Mountain Raceways - West Valley City, Utah (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • South Boston Speedway - South Boston, Va. (4/10 Mile Asphalt)
  • Southern National Raceway Park - Kenly, N.C. (4/10 Mile Asphalt)

Division II Tracks

  • Adams County Speedway - Corning, Iowa (1/2 Mile Dirt)
  • Altamont Motorsports Park - Tracy, Calif. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Autodrome St. Eustache - St. Eustache, Quebec, Canada (4/10 Mile Asphalt)
  • Concord Motorsport Park - Concord, N.C. (1/2 Mile Asphalt Tri-Oval)
  • Edmonton International Raceway - Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Grandview Speedway - Bechtelsville, Pa. (1/3 Mile Dirt)
  • I-80 Speedway at Nebraska Raceway Park - Greenwood, Neb. (4/10 Mile Dirt)
  • Lee USA Speedway - Lee, N.H. (3/8 mile Asphalt)
  • Myrtle Beach Speedway - Myrtle Beach, S.C. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Oglethorpe Speedway Park - Savannah, Ga. (1/2 Mile Dirt)
  • San Antonio Speedway - San Antonio, Tex. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Shasta Raceway Park - Anderson, Calif. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Spencer Speedway - Williamson, N.Y. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Stockton “99” Speedway - Stockton, Calif. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Wall Township Speedway - Wall Township, N.J. (1/3 Mile Asphalt)

Division III Tracks

  • Colorado National Speedway - Erie, Colo. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Columbus Motor Speedway - Columbus, Ohio (1/3 Mile Asphalt)
  • Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway - Dubuque, Iowa (3/8 Mile Dirt)
  • Hickory Motor Speedway - Hickory, N.C. (.363 Mile Asphalt)
  • Holland International Speedway - Holland, N.Y. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Kalamazoo Speedway - Kalamazoo, Mich. (3/8 Mile)
  • Kil-Kare Speedway - Xenia, Ohio (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway - West Salem, Wis. (5/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Lake Erie Speedway - North East, Pa. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Magic Valley Speedway - Twin Falls, Idaho (1/3 Mile Asphalt)
  • Old Dominion Speedway - Manassas, Va. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Peoria Speedway - Peoria, Ill. (1/4 Mile Dirt)
  • Riverhead Raceway - Riverhead, N.Y. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Rockford Speedway - Rockford, Ill. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway - Las Vegas, Nev. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)

Division IV Tracks

  • Elko Speedway - Elko, Minn. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Farley Speedway - Farley, Iowa (1/2 Mile Dirt)
  • I-80 Speedway at Nebraska Raceway Park - Greenwood, Neb. (4/10 Mile Dirt)
  • Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, Calif. (1/2 Mile & 1/3 Mile Asphalt)
  • Jennerstown Speedway - Jennerstown, Pa. (1/2 mile Asphalt)
  • Monadnock Speedway - Winchester, N.H. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Motordrome Speedway - Smithton, Pa. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Music City Motorplex - Nashville, Tenn. (5/8 & 1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Raceway Park - Shakopee, Minn. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Stafford Motor Speedway - Stafford Springs, Conn. (1/2 Mile Asphalt)
  • Star Speedway - Epping, N.H. (1/4 Mile Asphalt)
  • Thompson International Speedway - Thompson, Conn. (5/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Tucson Raceway Park - Tucson, Ariz. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)
  • Twin State Speedway - Claremont, N.H. (1/3 Mile Asphalt)
  • Waterford Speedbowl - Waterford, Conn. (3/8 Mile Asphalt)



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