of the 56th Annual "Pay Less/Delco Remy Little 500"
Fastest 3/8 Mile Track in the World."
New Paris Speedway-"The
Hottest 1/4 Mile Track in the Midwest."
South Bend Motor Speedway-In
1944, a group of 14 Midget racing enthusiasts decided to build their own
racetrack. After 2 years of hard labor from friends and family, South Bend
Motor Speedway was born. On Aug. 23, 1946 the ¼ mile oval saw 35 midgets
from near and far enter into a 2 hour schedule of racing events for the
Valley Motorsports features Asphalt 3/8 mile, D shaped oval racing
facility with 14-degree banking. Located just 14 miles north of the
Indiana State line on highway M-40 in Jones Michigan.
"Saturday nights just aren't the same!" ~It's been 11 years since the
final dust settled and the last checkered flag
waved over the Warsaw Speedway located at the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds
along the beautiful shores of Winona Lake.
These pages were created for fans and drivers alike to enjoy and research
the history of
"The Most Scenic Speedway in the Midwest".