Aerial view of Volusia Speedway Park
|Location||1500 East State Rd. 40, De Leon Springs, Florida|
|Time zone||EST/EDT (-0500/-0400)|
|Operator||Dean Miracle - General Manager|
|Former names||Barberville Speedway
Volusia County Speedway
|Major events||NASCAR Busch Series (1989-92)
World of Outlaws series
Super DIRTcar Series
|1/2 mile Oval|
|Length||0.8 km (0.5 mi)|
|1/8 mile Oval|
|Length||0.2 km (0.125 mi)|
Volusia Speedway Park (formerly known as Volusia County Speedway) is an auto racing facility located near Barberville in Volusia County, Florida. It Currently operates as a 1/2-mile dirt oval and a 1/8-mile dirt oval for karts. It currently hosts races from the World of Outlaws series (both sprints and late models) and the UMP late model series, As well as the UMP Super DIRTcar Series (Both big-block and small block modified racing).
The track opened as a 1/4 mile dirt oval in 1968, operating through 1969. It expanded to 3/8 mile (still dirt) in August 1969, operating through 1971. It expanded again to 1/2 mile in February 1972, operating through 1989, when it was paved. It operated as a paved oval until 1997, when it was converted back to dirt.
The 3/8 mile dirt oval opened behind turn 4 of the original oval, operating from 1993 until it was paved in 1998, In late 2004 the paved surface was torn up and as of 2015 only the slight footprint of the 3/8 mile paved oval remains. A 1/8 mile dirt karting track is located inside the former 3/8 mile course.
|July 1, 1989||Rob Moroso|
|June 23, 1990||Tommy Houston|
|March 24, 1991||Kenny Wallace|
|July 12, 1992||Steve Grissom|
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