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Stafford Motor Speedway

Stafford Motor Speedway is a semi-banked half-mile paved oval located in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, USA.

Racing began at the Stafford Springs Agricultural Park in 1870, but the powerplants propelling the drivers were purely equine until the end of WWII, when Midgets, Sprint Cars and on occasion Stock Cars displaced the horses on the half-mile flat dirt track.

In 1967 the track was paved, with flat, sweeping turns that put a premium on driving skill. In 1969 the Arute family took over management and in short order made changes that brought Modified racing back from its slide toward extinction.

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Stafford Motor Speedway is a 0.5 mile (0.805 km) speedway with banking in the turns at 7.5 to 9 degrees.



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