Norway Speedway

Coordinates: 45°46′28″N 87°54′33″W / 45.7744°N 87.9091°W / 45.7744; -87.9091
Norway Speedway
LocationNorway, Michigan
OwnerDickinson County Fairgrounds
OperatorDickinson County Racing Association
Major eventsLabor Day 100, Stateline Challenge[1]
Length1/3 miles
Race lap record13.951[2] (Dalton Zehr, , 2013, late model)

Norway Speedway, located in Norway, Michigan, is a one-third mile asphalt oval track that is slightly banked.[3] Norway Speedway began as a dirt track in 1942 and was paved in 1978.[4] The track held American Speed Association sanction before the sanctioning body closed.[4] The track holds stock car races on Friday nights from mid-May through Labor Day Weekend which is the weekend of the Dickinson County Fair. The fair has games, carnival rides, a demolition derby, and a livestock building filled with animals. Events include the Auto-Value Challenge Series, Race to a Cure Cancer, the Stateline Challenge and the Labor Day 100 championship race held during the Dickinson County Fair. The ARCA Midwest Tour,[5] Mid-American Stock Car Series,[6] and the TUNDRA Super Late Models[7] have raced at the track.

The speedway has five divisions:

  • Late Models
  • Sportsman
  • Super Stocks
  • Stock 4 cylinders
  • Wisconsin Sport Trucks (bi-weekly)

The speedway is located at the Dickinson County fairgrounds along U.S. Route 8.[8]



  1. ^ "35 + Expected for Norway TUNDRA Show". Speed51. Retrieved April 21, 2020.
  2. ^ Association, Dickinson County Racing. "Track Archives". Dickinson County Racing Association. Retrieved April 21, 2020.
  3. ^ "Norway Speedway Stock Car Racing". Michigan DepartmeTourism. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Norway Speedway profile at ASA website". American Speed Association. Retrieved August 12, 2013.
  5. ^ "Ty Majeski Wins His Third ARCA Midwest Tour Race of the Year in the Duel for Diabetes 100". ARCA Midwest Tour. Retrieved April 21, 2020.
  6. ^ Staff (January 10, 2011). "Tentative MASCS Schedule Includes 10 Events". SPEED Sport. Retrieved April 21, 2020.
  7. ^ "TUNDRA Round Four, Norway Speedway Pre-Race Notes". TUNDRA Super Late Models. Retrieved April 21, 2020.
  8. ^ "Norway Speedway".

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