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Registered: 05/17/2003

(Date Posted:07/14/2008 1:19 PM)

21000A State Road 64E Bradenton, FL 34212
Track Phone: 941-748-3171

E-mail: desotospeedway1@gmail.com 


We are located 9 miles east of I-75 on State Road 64 near Bradenton, Florida. The Speedway was constructed in the early 1970s and is a 3/8-mile paved oval with 12 degree banking through the turns. With seating for 5,000, the fans are able to see a wide range of cars during the normal Saturday night program. The variety of classes competing includes Winged Springs, Open Wheel Modifieds, Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, Sportsman, Street Stocks, Pure Stock, Cowboy Cadillacs, Legends, Mini Stock, Rookie 4, Modified Mini, Mini Stock
Our 3/8th mile oval track is 1/3 mile around the 10-foot apron And is 1/2 mile around the outside retaining wall. The asphalt Racing surface is 60 feet wide with the turns banked at 12 degrees and the straight-aways banked at 6 degrees. Average lap time for the Open Wheel Modified is more than 90 mph and speeds can Reach more than 100 mph down the straight-aways. The track, pit area and parking lots are illuminated with 135,000 watts of halide lighting for safety as well as convenience.
Food and beverages are offered in our concession stand areas located in the main grandstand area and the pit side.
Grandstand seating only.

General Admission price - 15.00 Adults, 13.00 Seniors, Kids 10 and under FREE with Adult. Prices subject to change for Special Events

Driving Directions:
I -75 South. Take exit 220 onto SR 64. Go east 9 miles. Track is located on the south side.

St. Petersburg / Clearwater:
 I-275 South. Go across the Sunshine Skyway Bridge to I-75 South. Take exit 220 onto SR 64. Go east 9 miles. Track is located on South side.

Miami / Ft. Lauderdale:
 I-75 North. Take exit 220 onto SR 64. Go east 9 miles. Track is located on the South side.

Naples / FtMyers:
 I-75 North. Take exit 220 onto SR 64. Go east 9 miles. Track is located on the South side.

congratulations to our 2015 Champions

Current Radar in FL - Saint Petersburg region 


From: USA

RE:Desoto Speedway
(Date Posted:01/23/2016 10:44 AM)

Racing for 1-23 is Cancelled

Press Release
Heavy winds and cold temperatures have caused track owners to cancel this evenings Florida Modified Invitational 100.

Bradenton, FL.: (1/23/2016)
The skies are clear but the winds are heavy and frigid. Desoto Speedway Track owner decided to cancel tonight’s racing program due to the cold temperatures. “It was a business decision as I can’t afford to gamble on not having fans in the stands with such a high purse payout.” Said Denny Meyer. We have rescheduled the Florida Modified Invitational for February, 27th. The next scheduled event will be February 6th for the Sunoco Super Series Challenge/Randy Fox Memorial 104 plus all regular scheduled classes.
For more information and the complete details, contact Speedway 941-748-3171 or ron.desotospeedway@gmail.com and visit www.Desotospeedway.net

(Message edited by Florida_Cracker On 01/24/2016 7:21 AM)
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From: USA

RE:Desoto Speedway
(Date Posted:11/15/2015 8:26 AM)


Desoto Speedway crowns 2015 champions

Desoto Speedway crowns 2015 champions

by Scott Lockwood

A packed house saw Desoto Speedway finish its 2015 season with a night of
racing that saw several new faces in victory lane and champions crowned in
all of the track's racing divisions.

The Outlaw Modifieds kicked things off with the 25-lap Merle Caswell
Memorial race. Tom Meyer grabbed the early lead and was joined at the front
of the field by Billy Campbell Jr. and Mike Endee. North Ports Endee, who started
eighth, worked his way to third at the end of the second lap and got by
Campbell for second just four laps later.

Endee needed just a handful of laps to get to Meyer's rear bumper and made
several attempts to grab the top spot over the middle stages of the race.
Meyer used the high line to hold off Endee through lapped traffic and
appeared to be on his way to the win after Endee nearly spun coming off
turn two with three laps to go.

As the white flag flew Endee rallied to make one last charge at Meyer, but
the Pinellas Park driver was able to hold on for the flag-to-flag victory.
John Parrish finished third.

The LKQ Pick-Your-Part Pure Stocks were next with a 25-lap feature event.
Duane Best and Shane Leonard, who was debuting a brand new race car, staged
a nose-to-tail battle for the first 22 laps of the race. As the field
completed the 22nd lap Best suddenly slowed, which allowed Leonard to go by
and drive away for the victory. Best held on for second, with Troy Theim
finishing third.

Kyle Best, who dropped out of the race early with a mechanical problem, won
the 2015 Pure Stock track championship.

Steve Darvalics from Venice, was looking to win the 25-lap feature and Desoto Sportsman
championship on the final night of the season. He started deep in the field
and worked his way up to third behind St. Pete's Roger Welch and
Zephyerhills' Brooke Storer when the caution flew for early leader Joey
Simms' spin on lap 8.

Darvalics waited patiently in third while Welch and Storer traded the lead
several times over the next four laps. Welch broke loose in turn four,
allowing Storer to take the lead and moving Darvalics to second.

Ben Kelly slowed on the track to bring out the second caution of the race
on lap 12. Darvalics led a couple of laps on the restart before Storer
re-took the lead on lap 15. For the next 20 laps Storer held off Darvalics
and raced on to the win – and her first podium finish of the season.

“Coming to that checkered flag I almost had tears in my eyes,” Storer said
in victory lane. “We've had such a rough year and it's great to be back on
the podium. To finally be able to celebrate like this is amazing.”

“She drove the wheels off that car,” said Darvalics, who clinched the
Sportsman championship with his second place finish. “I tried to go outside
and couldn't do it. I tried to stick a nose under her...and couldn't do it.
She just didn't slip up or make any mistakes. She really deserved to win.”

Welch finshed third.

 In the 30-lap Winged Sprint Car feature, Troy DeCaire made a dramatic move
on the outside at the green flag to go from his 10th place starting
position all the way to second by the time the field completed the first
lap. He needed just three laps to run down leader Shane Butler and took the
lead with a slide-job pass on Butler on the seventh lap.

DeCaire was pulling away from Butler and the rest of the field when the
caution flew for Terry Taylor's stalled car on lap 12. On the restart,
DeCaire pulled out to a straighaway lead over new second place runner
Mickey Kempgens and third place Dave Steele, who both got by Butler on the

Steele got by Kempgens for second with five laps to go and set his sights
on DeCaire. With two laps to go DeCaire started getting extremely loose and
nearly spun on a couple of occasions, but was able to hold on for the win.

“We started running out of fuel with two laps to go, and that makes these
cars get really loose,” DeCaire said after his second win in the last three
races at Desoto.

Steele and Kempgens rounded out the podium. Dave Retzlaff, who won a
feature event in May, won the series points title.

The Mini Stocks finished off the night with a 25-lap feature event. Ren
Wright Jr. went from deep in the field to the lead with a three-wide pass
on the first lap. Ronnie Robinson and Johnny Marra followed Wright to the
front of the field and were in hot pursuit of the leader when the caution
flew for a stalled car at the halfway point of the race.

Wright and Robinson staged a nose-to-tail battle over the final 10 laps,
but Wright held on for his second straight Mini Stock feature win. Jimmie
Best finished third.

Marra, who was running third when he dropped out of the race, won the Mini
Stock track championship.

The rest of Desoto's 2015 champions were Dylan Bigley in the Turner Tree
and Landscape Super Late Models; Doug Moff in the J.D. Byrider Open Wheel
Modifieds; Mike Kerrivan in the Take Aim Gun Range Street Stocks; Lee Davis
in the Pep Boys Speed Shop Modified Minis, Randy Spicer in the Desoto
Bombers; Chad Chastain in the Q Auto and Injury Attorneys Desoto Pro Trucks.

Desoto Speedway will be closed next Saturday night and will host Monster
Madness on Nov. 28

Winged Sprints

1. 91 Troy DeCaire
2. 33 Dave Steele
3. 5 Mickey Kempgens
4. 15 Shane Butler
5. 22 Johnny Gilbertson
6. 85 Rex Hollinger
7. 16 Ernie Teed
8. 39 John Rosbloch
9. 92 Dave Retzlaff
10. 4 Travis Bliemaster
11. 63 Carlie Yent
12. 3 Jeff Firestine
13. 99 Mathew Hall
14. 84 Rick Hall
15. 14jr. Justin Appleby
16. 66 Terry Taylor
17. 14 Richie Corr
18. 67 Scott Adema D.N.S.
19. 44 Bill Pettijohn D.N.S.

Outlaw Modifieds

1. 04 Tom Meyer Pinellas Park
2. 26 Mike Endee North Port
3. 9 John Parrish Tampa
4. 22 Ric Mills Arcadia
5. 00 Robert Campbell Tarpon Springs
6. 99 Rick Chapman
7. 5 Kevin Endee North Port
8. 11 Billy Campbell Jr. Port Richie
9. 14 Dan Akard Ft. Myers
10. 12 Gene Capps Ft. Myers D.N.S.


1. 9 Brooke Storer Zephyerhills
2. 79 Steve Darvalics Venice
3. 98 Roger Welch St. Pete
4. 12 David Williamson Lakeland
5. 172 Joey Sims Ft. Myers
6. 4 Rick Reed Punta Gorda
7. 45 Mike Karrivan Bradenton
8. 67 Collin Allman Plant City
9. 9x Ben Kelly Venice

Mini Stocks

1. 008 Ren Wright Jr. Naples
2. 05 Ronnie Robinson Bradenton
3. 67 Jimmie Best Myakka
4. 77 Laura Mammina North Port
5. 10 Kristen Milthaler North Port
6. 3 Sherry Best Myakka
7. 9 Meagan Hirschy Port Charlotte
8. 99 Johnny Marra Cape Coral
9. 73 Randy Johnson
10. 37 Jerry Groves Venice

Pure Stocks

1. 8 Shane Leonard Cape Coral
2. 3 Duane Best Parrish
3. 18 Troy Thiem Bradenton
4. 23 Kenny Gibson Venice
5. 72 Roger Dufresne Bradenton
6. 63 James Wright Port Charlotte
7. 9 John Whitesell Bradenton
8. 44 Rick Hess Englewood
9. 26 Brian Hillyer North Port
10. 22 Randy Spicer New Port Richey
11. 63 Kyle Best Parrish
12. 33 Chris Loney Naples D.N.S. 

(Message edited by Florida_Cracker On 11/15/2015 10:06 AM)
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RE:Desoto Speedway
(Date Posted:03/23/2015 2:58 PM)

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RE:Desoto Speedway
(Date Posted:02/10/2015 1:24 PM)

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