Concord Speedway (iRacing)
Owner Henry Furr opened Concord in 1982 as a “short” (.4-mile) dirt oval. He later paved the track, at the same time lengthening it to a full half-mile with the addition of the third turn in place of the original backstretch. The track had seating for over 12,000 fans prior to a recent downsizing that saw the Turn One grandstands converted to a dirt berm.
A quarter-mile, conventional two-turn oval, originally dirt but also now paved, sits adjacent to the tri-oval. The smaller track has its own grandstand that accommodates 2,000 spectators.
The tri-val hosts a weekly program featuring Super and Limited Late Model Stock Cars, while the quarter-mile oval is home to both INEX Legends and Bandolero divisions.Concord Speedway has in the past operated under the names Concord Speedway, New Concord Speedway and Concord Motor Speedway, names that have been used for now-closed racing facilities in and around the town of Concord.