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Chemung Speedrome

Chemung Speedrome in Chemung, New York.

The Chemung Speedrome is a 3/8 mile Asphalt race track in Chemung, New York, USA. Built in 1951 by the Bodine family, the track was first dirt-surfaced, then paved. It was closed in 1978. After buying the track in 1985, one of the current owners Bob Stapleton and John White started to rebuild the track in 1997, and in 2000 the track held its inaugural event.


  • Track Operators 1
  • Events held at the Speedrome 2
  • Facilities 3
  • Friday Night Sister Speedway 4
  • External links 5

Track Operators

Owner: John White
Race Director: .
Office Managers: Kathy Grodski
Announcers: Ray Hodge and John Flock
Tech Inspector: George Stedge
Scorers: Dale Campbell and Brock Moore
Head Flagger: Troy McDonald
Corner Workers:Ray Robbins
Handicapper: Brock Moore
Scoreboard: Ellen Hodge
Concession Manager:
Track Photographer: MOJO Photos
Track Videographer: The Race Report
Pace Car Driver: Billy Griffin

Events held at the Speedrome

NASCAR Weekly Racing Series
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
ISMA Supermodifieds
Race of Champions Modified Tour
SST Racing Series
USAC Ford Focus Midget Series


The Chemung Speedrome features all new TV quality Musco Lighting, a 3000 seat main grandstand, a 28 stall paved pit lane and much more. The facility is situated on 38 acres (150,000 m2).

Friday Night Sister Speedway

Spencer Speedway - Williamson, New York

External links

  • Official Website

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