Evergreen Speedway

Evergreen Speedway, dubbed the “Super Speedway of the West” by David Pearson on one of his visits to the historic NASCAR track. The Evergreen Speedway played host to many NASCAR 500 lap events before California and Nevada built their super speedways. Today, in its 64th year of operation, the Evergreen Speedway is home to the NASCAR Whelen All American Series, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, as well Formula Drift, plus many other events and year round activities.

The layout of the track is unique in that it incorporates an oversize 5/8-mile paved outer oval, a 3/8-mile paved inner oval, a 1/5-mile paved inner oval, a 520 foot drag-strip, and a nationally renowned figure-eight track, and various road course configurations.

Located within the confines of the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, the covered stadium can accommodate up to 7,500 spectators. Evergreen Speedway races every Saturday Night, rain or shine, from April-October at 6pm.