Oxford Plains 2002

Oxford Plains

Opened on May 18 1950 as a half-mile dirt oval, Oxford Plains Speedway had been shortened to 3/8 of a mile by the time NASCAR's senior series visited during the late-1960s.

Opened on May 18 1950 as a half-mile dirt oval, Oxford Plains Speedway had been shortened to 3/8 of a mile by the time NASCAR's senior series visited during the late-1960s. Its 14,000 capacity made Oxford Plains the largest sporting facility in Maine. Ownership changed in in 2012 and the direction of racing has recently been changed to anti-clockwise. The Oxford 250 for late model stock cars is the annual highlight today.

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Type

Paved oval

Length

0.333 (Miles)

Change

Track direction changed

Type

Paved oval

Length

0.333 (Miles)

Change

Track shortened and paved

Type

Dirt oval

Length

0.5 (Miles)

Change

Original dirt track opened

Latest Races

3,415

Championships

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19,346

Results

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25,227

Drivers

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14,546

Teams

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920

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