Marshfield Motor Speedway LLC

Track History

Marshfield Motor Speedway is a half-mile asphalt oval constructed by Jim Langreck. Located in Marshfield, WI, the land the track sits on was originally purchased by Mr. Langreck in 1972. After five years of work he opened the track as a half-mile clay oval in 1977. Over the years the track emerged from humble beginnings with the addition of additional seating and parking, a food service building, a sit down eating area for families and the tracks own generator system for power.

The largest undertaking by far was the paving of the track in 1995 for the start of the 1996 racing season. Since that time Marshfield Motor Speedway has brought the thrill of high-speed asphalt racing to the fans of Central Wisconsin.

The wide progressively banked half-mile with sweeping turns will again feature Super Late Model action on Saturday Nights from April through September during the 2016 season. Also on the weekly racing program are the Super Stocks, Pure Stocks, X-Treme 4’s, and Bandit 4 Cylinders. Plus be sure to check out the schedule for other divisions of racing including the annual Dick Trickle Memorial 99, and flashback appearances by the Vintage┬áracers, where fans get to watch cars and drivers of the past.

In addition to an exciting weekly racing program, Marshfield Motor Speedway hosts a Fall Shootout in the middle of September each year. The two day event showcases numerous divisions taking to the high speed oval for a showcase of speed. For those fans who enjoy metal mangling mayhem, look no further than the Eve of Destruction programs, featuring crazy stunts and novelty racing events of every variety.