The "Advance My Track Challenge" is back again this year for another lap in 2023! Race fans, read on to learn how you can get involved.
About the Challenge
The "Advance My Track Challenge" lets NASCAR-sanctioned Home Tracks submit testimonials about why they are the premier Short Track Racing Community in North America. Short Track racing is the backbone of stock car racing. Some of the brightest racing talents in the world launched their careers at these tracks and the tracks continue to create new talent today.
Through the Advance My Track Challenge, NASCAR Home Tracks that feature NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series races, will have a national platform to share not only the rich history of their tracks but also to highlight that the track owners are local business owners and philanthropists who play a critical role in the health of their communities. Community attendance is crucial to track operations, and the tracks provide entertainment and camaraderie among race fans and drivers throughout the racing season.
Why Your Vote Matters
Based on the final tally of the fan votes, five tracks will be awarded the following monetary prizes after the program:
- 1 Grand Prize Winner: $50,000
- Each of the 5 Finalists: $5,000
Winning tracks will put their prizing towards track renovations to help support their local community.
Our 2023 "Advance My TraFinalists
Fans across North America will crown the winners of the "Advance My Track Challenge". After viewing track submissions, you'll get to vote online for who you believe is the most deserving track.
- Finalist Voting – May 9 - May 15, 2023
West: Alaska Raceway Park (Palmer, Alaska)
Midwest: Adams County Speedway (Corning, Iowa)
Southeast: Florence Motor Speedway (Timmonsville, S.C.)
Northeast: Autodrome Granby (Sant-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada)
Fifth Finalist: Fonda Speedway (Fonda, N.Y.)
Congratulations to our 2022 winners, who will be next?
- Grand Prize ($50,000): Jennerstown Speedway Complex
- First Prize ($15,000): Alaska Raceway Park
- Second Prize ($10,000): Adams County Speedway