I would like to welcome everyone to come out to Corbin Speedway every Saturday night. Located 3.5 miles west of I-75 Exit 25 on the Cumberland Falls Highway in Corbin, Kentucky. Corbin Speedway is a 1/4 mile ashpalt oval track with several competing series. It was first opened up in 1952 as a 1/2 mile dirt oval track which hosted the very first NASCAR event in Kentucky (NOT Kentucky Speedway ). It was later paved and shortened to a 1/4 mile oval and is a one of a kind track. The short straightaways and wide turns make for great excitement, challenging every driver in every series. Racers are urged to come and try out the track. The competing series include Late Models, Sportsmen, Mini-Stock, Pure Street, Outlaw & Junior Mini-Cups along with a few special events that will include Open Wheel Modifieds and Baby Grand series. Allison Legacy cars are welcomed to run with the Baby Grand series. Practice sessions are held on Thursdays and Fridays from 12:00 noon until dark, except when there is no racing program scheduled for that Saturday. For car and track rules for each of the series please visit www.corbinspeedway.com . For fans, general admission is only $12. Children 12 and under are FREE. For pit side admission,$25 per person and $15 per car. This money goes toward weekly purse payouts as well as the season ending championship payout. Corbin Speedway is also hosting the USDCS race on May 5th. This will be a big race for Corbin and payout is going to be $3,000. It will be exciting to see super dirt late models sticking all that horsepower on an asphalt track. The local Corbin Speedway Late Models will also be joining the USDCS for a chance at the $3k purse. Some people may ask why run dirt cars on a paved oval? Well, WHY NOT!? Everyone come on out and support Corbin Speedway in it's 60th year running. For more details please visit www.corbinspeedway.com See you there!