Homestead Miami Speedway

Tuesday July 22, 2014
  • Hard and dirty facts: Is Eldora the biggest race of the truck season?
  • Eldora Speedway, a half-mile dirt track steeped in tradition and owned by one of NASCAR's premier drivers, will host the Camping World Truck Series Wednesday night for just the second time.

  • Dillon looks for strong NASCAR Nationwide finish
  • GRIMES, Iowa (AP) Chase Elliott's brilliant start in the NASCAR Nationwide series has overshadowed the steady if unspectacular debut of fellow rookie Ty Dillon.

  • Race Hub talks Race Team Alliance: Is it a union?
  • Larry Mac, Humpy Wheeler, and Dave Moody join the NASCAR Race Hub team to discuss the intentions of the Race Team Alliance.

  • Q&A: FOX Sports 1's Ray Dunlap reveals the favorites for Eldora
  • Ray Dunlap reveals who everyone should watch out for in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway.

  • What might've been: Davey Allison's close encounter with Indy
  • Davey Allison participated in the tire tests leading up to the inaugural Brickyard 400, but missed out on the race due to his tragic death in 1993.

  • What were best moments of NASCAR season's first half?
  • The NASCAR Race Hub team compiles the best moment from the first half of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.

  • Dirty Darrell: How Bubba Wallace is preparing for Eldora Speedway (VIDEO)
  • When you're used to burning laps on asphalt in a 600+ HP truck, how do you prepare to race on a surface that's a little dirtier? With the help of a few strategically placed GoPro cameras, take a look at how Darrell Wallace Jr. is gearing up for a dirty night in Eldora. 

  • Studs 'N' Duds: Who's capable of collecting Brickyard hardware?
  • The Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway is up next for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

  • Best of the Brickyard, No. 4: Jeff Gordon's date with destiny
  • NASCAR raced at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the very first time in 1994.

  • Tony Stewart riding high from sprint car victory
  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Tony Stewart heads into the busiest week of his year riding high from a win in his return to sprint car racing.

    Homestead Miami Speedway

    Homestead Miami Speedway Homestead Miami Speedway was actually stared as an idea to help Dade county recover after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Track construction began exactly one year after the storm. This track has had a few facelifts since it was originally constructed and now host's NASCARS top three series final events for the season. Homestead was first laid out like the Indianapolis Motor speedway with four distinct flat corners and two short chutes at each end of the track. In 1996 the track changed the corner configuration to a continuous turn oval and in 2003 changed the banking from a flat oval to steep variable banking oval.

    Track Info

    Track Address: 1 Speedway Blvd.
    Homestead, FL. 33035
    (305) 230-5000
    Offical Web Site:
    Track Shape: Oval
    Track Length: 1.5 miles
    Front Stretch Length: 1,760 feet
    Back Stretch Length: 1,760 feet
    Banking: 18 - 20° Turns
    4° Frontstretch
    4° Backstretch
    Seating Capacity: 65,000
    First Winner: Tony Stewart (1999)
    Most Wins: Greg Biffle (3)
    Lap Record: Jamie McMurray 181.11 mph (29.816 sec)

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