Georgetown Speedway is located at the intersection of heavily traveled Route 113 and Speedway Road in Georgetown, Delaware: a 40-minute drive from Ocean City, Md., and just miles from the popular Delaware beaches.
Constructed in 1949 by businessman and auto racing pioneer Melvin L. Joseph, Georgetown Speedway is not only an historic landmark in Delaware, but is well-known across the country for its role in the development of stock car racing as it is known today.
Georgetown Speedway features a fast, half-mile clay oval that produces high speeds and thrilling racing action. The facility has spacious grandstands, ample parking, a large, flat pit area, room for overnight camping and more.
BD Motorsports Media LLC is managing the speedway’s operations in 2017 and beyond. A special-events schedule of high-profile programs is planned to bring some of the region’s top talent to Sussex County, Delaware.