Ohio Valley Speedway
Ohio Valley Speedway 2024 schedule released
We are amped up to bring you another great season of racing action at its finest in 2024. The Historic Ohio Valley Speedway will open its gates for the 66th season on Friday, April 5th. The Opener is always a great event to see friends you haven't seen since fall and to catch all the new looks of a fresh season.
Ohio Valley Speedway is your Friday night track from April 5th till August 23rd. We will take off two Friday nights throughout the season. The first will be June 14th for Rumble on the Ridge at Skyline Speedway. The second will be August 30th for the 56th annual Hillbilly 100 at Tyler County Speedway. Other than that, it will be wide open, hammer down, every Friday night at the Valley!
Regular event classes will remain the same in 2024 with the Las Trancas Super Lates, Polymer Services UMP Modifieds, Pike Street Lanes Sport Mods, Bills Metal Salvage SCDRA Four Cylinders, and Mike's Auto Body WRA Mini Wedges.
The 2024 season will include six OVSCA 410 Sprint Car events. Four Tri-State Outlaw Street Stocks events. A $5,000 to win ULMS Topless Super Late show. Also, the RUSH Late Model Series will make its first ever appearance at Ohio Valley on July 5th (Las Trancas Late Models will not run this night). We will end our season the first weekend in October with the Finale at the Valley, October 4th and 5th (11th & 12th rain date). It will be two complete shows with Dirt track racing at its finest.
Rich Michael Jr. and the staff at OVS are excited to start the new season. We have made some adjustments to our program that racers and fans are sure to like when the season starts. A points fund will be up for grabs again in 2024. 2023 saw over $25,000 in cash and prizes that will be handed out at the banquet on February 17th. We look forward to growing that this coming season. Giving back to those who support us!
To view the full 2024 schedule, go to WWW.RACEOVS.COM. You will also be able to find all the latest information on points, news, etc.
Submitted By: matt amick