Oxford Plains Speedway Kicks Off 60th Anniversary Season

OXFORD, ME – Oxford Plains Speedway is kicking its 60th Anniversary Season in style with a display of race cars in Portland’s Monument Square this Friday, May 14, Speedway Owner Bill Ryan announced today. 

“We are happy to be starting another great season and can think of no better way to start than to have race cars on display in Monument Square. We open Sunday, May 16 with the American Canadian Tour and racing fans from all over New England and Canada will make the trip to Oxford to see the most competitive and exciting racing in Maine,” Ryan said. 


The cars will be displayed from 12 pm to 1 pm. Speedway personnel and competitors will be attending the event and will be available to the media. For more information, please contact Bill Ryan or Butch Lenberg at 207-539-8865. 

Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3/8th mile asphalt oval located in Oxford, Maine. One of the most storied race tracks in the country, Oxford has played host to a number of racing legends including Bobby Allison, Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Ricky Craven. The annual TD Bank 250 is New England’s premier short track event. You can find more information on the Speedway and its events at www.oxfordplains.com.


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