Plan your race week trip
Offering action-packed racing since 1947, Martinsville Speedway is NASCAR's most historic and shortest track on the Cup Circuit. The track is legendary for its Famous Martinsville Speedway Hot Dog and for the many records that drivers accomplished there.
Two NASCAR Cup and Truck Series races are held at Martinsville Speedway each year, along with an annual Late Model Stock Car Race in the fall. Other popular events include Celebration, held each July, and the Martinsville Speedway Toy Drive, held each December, where YOU can drive your own personal car around the track!
Planning a race week visit to Martinsville Speedway is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Step 1: Buy Tickets
Ticket prices at the historic Virginia track have always been low, but track officials make an extra effort to make sure families can afford to come and watch their favorite drivers compete. Reserve your seat by calling 877-RACE-TIX or order online at www.MartinsvilleSpeedway.com. Special packages for groups are available.
"My grandfather (track founder H. Clay Earles) always believed it was important that working parents could afford to bring their entire families to our races and that's something we continue to strive to do," said Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell. "Coming to races together is a great way for families to spend time together, to have an afternoon of fun together."
Step 2: Reserve Lodging
Book your room early because they fill quickly! Whether you are looking for a full service hotel, budget-friendly accommodations, camping or a bed & breakfast, there are many options to choose from.
Step 3: Be in the Know
Our friendly staff at VisitMartinsville is ready to help you find great places to shop, dine, play, and stay.
- Request your free MHC Activity Guide either online or by calling (888) 722-3498 or (276) 632-8006.
- Read a First Timers Guide to Martinsville Speedway
- Follow Us Online: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Snapchat
- Discover the Deep Roots of Martinsville Speedway
- There is a traffic egress pattern to follow after the race available on the Martinsville Speedway's website.