Race Day Info

Starting Times

Pit Gate opens at 5:00 pm

Grandstands open at 6:00 PM

Racing starts at 7:00 pm



Regular Event Pricing

  • General Admission (12 and older): $15
  • Kids (ages 6-12): $5
  • Kids 6 and under: FREE

Special Event Pricing

  • General Admission (12 and older): $22
  • Kids (ages 6-12): $5
  • Kids 6 and under: FREE

*Special Events include Iron Man, Dakota Classic Modified Tour, ND Governor’s Cup, and Oktoberfest races.

VIP Ticket Pricing

  • VIP Ticket: $35
    • Includes wristband for (3) drinks. Only available for purchase prior to the season.

** Prices may vary for Special Events such as Monster Trucks, Truck Pull, Demo Derby, and Mud Drags.

Parking & Seating

Parking is free!

Handicap Parking is available by the ticket window along the fence, there are signs in front of those parking spaces.

Seating is first come, first serve. Seating may be reserved with a blanket or tarp.

Wheelchair Accessible Seating section is available but is first come first serve also.


No coolers or outside food/beverages are allowed.

Concessions are available at the track when gates open and typically close after the first or second feature race.

A large variety of domestic beer options are available to anyone 21 and over. The beer stand typically opens 1 hour prior to the start of the races and closes after the last feature race has started.

Order of Events

Heat Races
Hobby Stocks
IMCA Sport Compacts
INEX Legends
IMCA Stock Cars
IMCA Modifieds

Intermission – Sometimes there is an intermission, the track promoter will determine this based on weather, track surface, etc.

Features Race
Hobby Stocks – 15 Laps
IMCA Sport Compacts – 10 Laps
INEX Legends – 20 Laps
IMCA Stock Cars – 20 Laps
IMCA Modifieds – 25 Laps

Racing 101

Learn the basics before you hit the track to look like a pro!

Flag Colors
Green – “GO” Starts the race
Yellow – “Caution” Drivers slow down, a car has stopped, spun, or gone off the track; if a driver caused it, they will have to start at the back of the lineup
Red – “STOP” a bad crash or rollover has likely occurred
White – “Last Lap” of the race
Black – “Disqualified” directed at one (or more) drivers for unsafe driving
Blue with Yellow Stripe – “Lapped” directed at a car who will be passed soon by the leader of the race

“One & Done”
In some races this rule is implemented to keep the race moving and prevent cars from sitting on the track. If a car causes a “Yellow Flag” they will need to exit the track (versus just going to the back of the lineup).

Heats vs. Consi vs Feature Races
Heat races are usually 8 Laps with 6-10 cars. All cars are assigned to a heat race. The results of these races determine where a driver will start in the Feature race where all cars will race at once for more laps (15-25 laps).

If there are 24+ cars in a single class, a Consi race (or also referred to as a B-Main) may be needed to eliminate some cars from the Feature race. In that case, only the top few (determined by the number of cars, announcer will tell you) from the Heat races will make it into the Feature race and the rest will be lined up to race a Consi race which is usually 10 laps and 8-12 cars with the top few making it into the Feature race.