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Muskingum County Speedway

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Muskingum County Speedway, located in Zanesville, Ohio, United States is a 3/8 mile dirt oval racetrack. Since 2005 has annually held the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Creno's 50 race on July 3.

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Major events

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Date Event Name Winner
July 3, 2005 Creno's 50 Don O'Neal
July 3, 2006 Creno's 50 Steve Shaver
July 3, 2007 Creno's 50 Steve Casebolt

Louie Morosco built the Zanesville Speedway about 1940. The track was closed for a few years during World War II. Over the years, the track and surrounding area have seen several changes. Early the track was a short dirt track. At one point it became an asphalt speedway. Between the 1970 and '71 seasons it was lengthened to 1/2 mile and clay returned as the racing surface. Grandstands were added through these years from different materials. There was the turn 4 hill that fans could use their own lawn chairs. Cement block as well as steel bleachers along both straights. In 1980, Mr. Morosco, was getting on in years and sold the property to Ronald F. Moran.

After three years of hard work. I mean HARD work!! Along with delays caused by the ARMY CORPS of Engineers. The track was torn up and the asphalt removed from under the clay. The tire barrier that almost completely surround the track was removed. All the old bleachers and concession stands were completely demolished. A new concrete wall was installed along the front straight as well as a nice concession stand and office building. New grandstands were constructed with a press box positioned high above. The old Zanesville Speedway was re-opened in May 1983 as The Muskingum County Speedway.

Due to a heavy work load Mr. Moran tried three times to let other people run the speedway, but it never seemed to work out. The track set idle for a couple years. In 1992 the track was shortened to 3/8 of a mile and was re-opened with Mr. Moran running the speedway himself. A new pit grandstand was installed in turn one to let the pit crews get an awesome view of the hard work in action. A handicap viewing area was placed between the main stands and the car staging lanes.

This was taken directly from Muskingum County Speedway's history on the site.

External links

Muskingum County Speedway


This page was last edited on 29 December 2019, at 00:22
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