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Title: Bubba Raceway Park 

9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. Ocala, Fl 34482

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Racing Admission Prices


Adults $14
Military and First Responders $10
Seniors $10
Teens (13-18 years) $10
Children (12 and under) $FREE
Ladies 18+ wearing cowboy boots and daisy dukes (general admission only) $FREE
Pit Pass Adult $30
Pit Pass Children (under 12) $15
Pit PassChildren (under 3) FREE



1 Day/2 Day
Adults $20/$35
Military and First Responders $15/$25
Seniors $15/$25
Teens (13-18 years) $15/$25
Children (6-12) $9/$15
Children (5 and under) FREE/FREE

Family Pack
(2 Adults, 2 Children 12 and under, or 1 Student) $50/$95
Pit Pass Adult $35 
Pit Pass Children (under 12) $20 
Pit PassChildren (under 3) FREE 

Note: Some Special Events have individual pricing. Please call the track or see the season schedule for details

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PlGMAN posted on 07/19/2008 10:52 AM


Rained Out for Tonight 3-27

Bubba Raceway Park Officials have cancelled tonight's event due to inclement weather. Join us next Friday for UMP Modifieds, E-Mods, Mini Sprints, V8 Thunderstocks and our new Strictly Stock division. Pits will open at 5pm, grandstands at 6pm, hot laps will begin at 7pm and racing will start promptly at 8pm. For more information, call the office at 352-622-9400.

Florida_Cracker posted on 03/27/2015 1:02 PM


Florida_Cracker posted on 03/23/2015 11:22 AM



Keith Nosbisch Survives Wild One to Win at BRP

Ocala, Florida (03/20/15) – Several drivers took a shot at the front of the field on Friday night at Bubba Raceway Park, but many of them found bad luck. Keith Nosbisch would be luckier than the rest though as he inherited the lead with three laps reamining and went on to score the tenth United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series win of his career. (Troy Bregy Photo)

Twenty Super Late Models entered the $3,000-to-win event. John Kellum, Kyle Bronson, Mark Whitener, and Shan Smith all spent time in the lead, but at the checkered flag it was Nosbisch, who claimed the win.

Joe Kump, Tyler Clem, and Phillip Cobb chased Nosbisch across the finish line.

Ivedent Lloyd Jr. set quick time with a 15.006 second lap around the 3/8 mile oval in qualifications. Heat races were won by Ivedent Lloyd Jr., John Kellum, and Kyle Bronson.

Feature Finish 

1. Keith Nosbisch
2. Joe Kump
3. Tyler Clem
4. Phillip Cobb
5. Jake Perkins
6. Kenny Monahan
7. Scott Gray
8. Jackie Nosbisch
9. Jamie Slatton
10. Rich Pratt
11. Brian Bernhardt
12. Eric McElroy
13. Devin Walker
14. Shan Smith
15. Mark Whitener
16. Ivedent Lloyd
17. Kyle Bronson
18. Tim Walters
19. Megan Myer
20. John Kellum

(Message edited by Florida_Cracker on 03/21/2015 11:57 AM)

Florida_Cracker posted on 03/21/2015 11:18 AM


Safe Stolen from Bubba Raceway Park

from Ocala.com

A large floor safe that contained more than $13,000 in cash was reported stolen Sunday from Bubba Raceway Park. The safe was later recovered, with more than $5,000 missing from it.

The safe was reported missing Sunday evening from the track at 9050 NW Gainesville Road. The theft happened sometime after 1 a.m. on Saturday, after the Friday night performance, according to a Marion County Sheriff’s Office report.

Investigators believe someone climbed into the raceway office through a back window. A screen was removed from the window and set against the building, and items that were on the window sill were scattered on the ground outside. The office was in disarray and two other safes had been tampered with but were not removed.

Officers saw a trail in the dirt leading from the office to the tree line. A dolly was missing and investigators speculated it was used to move the safe, which left the trail in the dirt.

At the same time officers were at the raceway, a caretaker at Fessenden Elementary School, which is next to the track, called the sheriff’s office to report finding a safe and a dolly on the property, the reports notes.

The safe was identified as the one taken from the track office.

The safe had two compartments, each with a combination lock. The upper part of the safe was breached. According to raceway officials, it held more than $5,000 in cash from Friday’s event. The bottom portion of the safe was still locked, but the combination dial was damaged and could not be opened by track officials. There was reportedly $8,000 in cash in that section, according to the report.

Anyone with information can call the Sheriff’s Office at 732-9111 or Crime Stoppers at 368-STOP.

Florida_Cracker posted on 03/16/2015 2:06 PM


Florida_Cracker posted on 02/24/2015 10:10 AM

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