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Oxford Plains Speedway

Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3/8 mile racetrack in Oxford, Maine, USA. Maine is the northeastern-most state of the United States, and the 14,000-seat Oxford Plains Speedway is the biggest public facility in the Pine Tree State.

Established in 1950, the track was originally a half mile. In 1961 the track was revamped as a one-third-mile paved oval with wide-open turns. Three years later Maine businessman Bob Bahre purchased the track and began a program of improvements to the facility that included a modern large-capacity grandstand. With the widening of the backstretch during a 1992 repaving, the track assumed its current 3/8th-mile configuration.

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Oxford Plains Speedway is a 0.375 mile (0.604 km) paved short track oval with 9 degrees of banking in the turns.



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