Racers Helping Neighbors

ALERT!! Calling out to the racing community, let’s help the families in need after Tuesday’s ravaging storm. Yard Sale, March 5th, in Speedway Parking Lot, starting at 8am. Space rental, $15 which goes directly to Marcus Pointe Baptist Church and their Relief Fund. Open Practice to all 2016 5 Flags competitors, 10 am – 2pm. Pit admission $15 which goes directly to Marcus Pointe Baptist Church Relief Fund. Call Speedway for more information.

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SEASON EXPRESS PASSES NOW AVAILABLE

Fans have asked for a season pass so not have to stand in line at the ticket booth. Well here it is! A single pass for all of our local race events here at 5 Flags, including a special reserved section for parking. Cost is $175. You get in from the opening nite of March 25th, to the Night of Champions on September 24th. It does not include the Snowball Derby week activities. You can make your purchase by phone, or come in the office Mon-Friday 9am-5pm. Call 850-944-8400.

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We’re Riding With You Chase!

It’s a huge event in the racing life of Chase Elliott.  He settles into a familiar car number that Jeff Gordon made an icon in NASCAR.    Fresh from winning the 2015 Snowball Derby ©, the steady hand and lead foot of Elliott will embark on his year in the number 24 with the powerful backing of the Hendrick Motorsports team. Not to mention the lessons learned from his dad Bill, a two time Daytona 500 winner.         Best wishes Chase....we are riding with you.

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Speedway Office to be Site for Early Presidential Voting

Registered Escambia Democrats and Republicans can cast an early ballot, prior to the 2016 Florida Presidential Primary on March 15th. County Elections Supervisor David Stafford announced the selection of the speedway office on Pine Forest Road as one of a handful of locations where the early ballot can be voted. Westside voters had previously used the Fairgrounds, but a scheduling conflict prevented its use in the early voting this year only. County poll workers will be on duty at the speedway office from Saturday March 5th to Saturday March 12th to help registered voters from Escambia County cast their ballot.   Hours are 8am to 5pm, including Saturday and Sunday. Sample ballots will have been mailed to eligible voters prior to the start of early voting. The speedway will not be an official polling place for Primary Day, March 15th. Persons wishing to vote the traditional way will find their precinct [...]

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