Coos Bay International Speedway Dragstrip is a 1/8 mile NHRA Sanctioned dragstrip. Coos Bay International Speedway Dragstrip provides multiple drag race classes and race series. See dragstrip website for race schedule.
94320 Highway 42 Coos Bay, OR 97420
The Lakeview Dragstrip is an 1/8 mile dragstrip.
(541) 947-3970 or (541) 417-1413
17993 Airport Road, from Highway 140 West, follow signs to airport - Lakeview, Oregon
Madras Dragstrip is an 1/8th mile NHRA track and supports the Jr. Dragster program.
Coming from the South to Madras, Oregon continue through Madras to the top of the hill north. At the top, turn and follow NW Depot Rd. It magically turns into NW Birch Ln at the Rail Road tracks. Stay on Birch Ln for about 1.4 miles and turn right at NW Glass Dr. Follow the Madras Dragstrip signs on in.
Coming from the North, before going down the hill into Madras, turn right at the next road, NW Depot Rd after you cross the Rail Road overpass. Follow this for about 1.4 miles until you get to NW Glass Dr. and turn right. Follow the Madras Dragstrip signs on in.
927 NW Glass Dr. Madras OR
Champion Raceway 1/4 mile NHRA Sanctioned dragstrip is located in Jackson County, Oregon, and is part of the county's All Sports Park. The park includes a 10-field softball complex, the drag strip, a go-kart track, a RC racing track, a one-third mile dirt oval track, public shooting range, archery range and fishing ponds. Each part of the complex is operated by different profit and non-profit organizations, but owned by the County. Champion Raceway has been in operation for 30+ years under the management of several different operators. Currently the track is operated and managed by Jim & Denise Taylor. Elevation: The track elevation is 1,410 feet Radio Station: PA system is broadcast over station FM 97.5
6900 Kershaw Rd. Medford, OR 97504
Portland International Raceway Dragstrip is an 1/8th mile NHRA track.
1940 North Victory Boulevard Portland OR, 97217
The Woodburn Dragstrip opened in June of 1961 as an 1/8-mile dragstrip operated by the Multnomah Hot Rod Council and the Northwest Timing Association. In 1963, the track was lengthened to provide for 1/4-mile drag racing. Jon Livingston, who was operating Madras Dragstrip at the time, purchased the Woodburn Dragstrip in a sealed bid in 1972. Jim ran both facilities through the 1975 season, before focusing on Woodburn. Since 1972, the track has been named NHRA Track of the Year in the Northwest numerous times, including five-in-a-row since 1999. In addition, the track was honored as Business of the Year by the Woodburn Area Chamber of Commerce in 1989, one of the first tracks in the country to receive such an honor.
7730 Hwy 219 Woodburn, OR 97071