Track Info

Physical Address
4100 SW 149th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73170

Directions: Southwest of Oklahoma City on I-44 to exit 109, Then ¼ mile East of I-44 on SW 149th St
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Mailing Address
P.O. Box 57105

Oklahoma City, OK 73157

Contact Details
Business Phone (Speedway): 405-633-1583
Public Relations: Cody Morris 405-641-4139

I-44 Riverside Speedway Staff (2016)
Promoter and Manager:
Mark Banister and Gloria Banister
Co-Promoter/PR Director/Track Announcer: Cody Morris
Lead Competition Director: 
Race Referee:

Staging Coordinator: Lisa Boggus
Pit Lineups: Lisa Boggus / Lani Boggus
Tower Lineups: Cody Morris / Wes Briscoe
Scoring/Tower Team: Jennifer Strickland / Cody Morris / Wes Briscoe/ Kaylee Cole/ Landon Morris
Infield All Stars: Todd Hannon / Dax Hannon  / Andy Gatlin / Robert Alleman / Duston Westervelt / Eddy Boggus / Kenneth Abbitt
Lead Concession: Deanna Dolby
Concession Team: Brenden, Baylie, Diana, Rachael
Pit Gate: Jennifer Strickland / Laci Boggus / Morgan Green/ Garrett Rodgers and Mckinsey Impson
Lead Security: 

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Track Specifications
Type: Banked Red Clay Oval
Surface: Dirt
Size: 1/5 mile

Classes & Rules

Weekly Saturday Night Shootouts:

  • Pit Gate opens at 4pm
  • Grandstands open at 5pm
  • Drivers Sign in ends at 6:00pm
  • Drivers Meeting at 5:40-5:50pm
  • Wheel Pack Begins at 6pm followed immediately by Hot Laps
  • Official Program Begins 7pm
    ***Start Times Subject to Change (especially for 2 day shows) - Please check website and Facebook for potential changes***

Grandstand Ticket Prices *special event pricing may vary

  •  $10 for Adults
  •  $8 for Senior’s & Military w/ID
  •  $5 Teens 13-19
  •  $3 Kids 6-12
  •  Kids 5 and under admitted FREE with an accompanying adult

Pit Passes

  • $25

For All Racers:

  • NEW WEEKLY RACE FORMAT - effective July 12th, 2014 for Weekly events (and current for 2016 season):
    Weekly Heats and Features will be continue to be lined up by INVERTED point average, HOWEVER the heat race finish will determine the main event lineup in the following fashion.

    For any class with 12 entries or more, the top 4 in heat races will retain their point average for the main event. ***For instance - a 20 car field would be divided in to 3 heat races. The top 4 finishers of those heats would keep their point average, and they would be lined up with the lowest point average in front, highest among those in the back (Inverted). The remainder of the main event lineup would be comprised of the 5th place finishers (seperated by inverted point avg), then 6th place finishers (seperated by inverted point avg), and so on through the complete field (or until reaching transfers from B Features). 

    If a division has 10 or 11 entries, the top 3 of the two heats will keep their point average.
    If a division 8 or 9 entries, the top 2 of the heats will keep their point average.
    Any division with 7 entries or less will have BOTH their heat race and main event lined up solely by inverted point average, as that division would only have one heat and one feature.

    If a division has more than one heat, this formula will be applied. As long as there are more than 8 cars in a division, they will have at least two heats. And as long as there are minimum 12 entries to a division - it will be the top 4 in each heat that retain their point average. The number of heat race transfers will be determined at the beginning of hot laps as lineups are put together. There is some fluidity to this aspect so that potential B features are taken into acocunt when determining number of transfers. Primary example - a 34 car field would be split into 4 heats but only top three transfer to A feature - so that two B Features of 11 can be held with top 4 tranferring from each. We feel this is much more fair and safe than loading 18 cars into one B Main - which increases risk of very damaging wrecks and also makes it next to impossible for racers in the last several rows to move up to top 4. We elect to give all B feature racers a good and fair chance and try to limit the size of the B Features.

  • I-44 Riverside Speedway Weekly Point System
  • All racers receive 25 show up points upon signing in and officially entering a weekly event


    1. 25
    2. 20
    3. 15
    4. 10
    5th place and all remaining direct A Feature transfers receive 5 points. 

    All cars transferring to the A Feature receive 5 points
    All non transfers that take a competitive green receive 20 points
    Cars that take competitive green in heat races but fail to start B Main receive 10 points

    1. 150
    2. 140
    3. 130
    4. 120
    5. 110
    6. 100
    7. 95
    8. 90
    9. 85
    10. 80
    11. 75
    12. 70
    13. 65
    14. 60
    15. 55
    16. 50
    17. 45
    18. 40
    19. 35
    20th and all remaining A Feature starters - 30 
    ***Cars that earn A Feature starting spot but DNS receive 20 points***

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