Boulder City R/C Speedway

1101 Quail Dr
Boulder City, NV 89005

Boulder City R/C Speedway is the biggest R/C racing facilty in Nevada. The track sits on a 5 acre lot in beautiful Boulder City NV just minutes away from all the action in Las Vegas. This is a top notch racing facility home of the world famous Quater Scale Super Nationals. The 600 foot long 30 foot wide paved oval that rivals NASCAR racing tracks is a purpose built 1/4 scale track that is one of the best racing facilitys in the nation. There is lots of parking for trailers and campers with easy access to the track and over night staying with a dump site and clean out area. The track is limited to power so generators are a good idea. We have a one of the biggest and nicest driver stands ever built and real restrooms with running water.

Contacts: Bob Leydecker 702-210-3961
John Whisenand 702-210-3963

Orange Show Track

689 South 'E' Street
San Bernardino, CA 92408

Track is a 'State-of-the Art' Quarter Midget Facility, which has about 275' run line, Extreme banking, Awesome covered pit area, and super bright lighting which makes for great night racing in the summer months. There is limited power so generators are a good idea and plenty of parking for trailers and campers and is acceptable for over night camping.

Denny Andrews 909-638-8976


(Tucson Quarter Midget Racing Association)
9975 North Casa Grande Hwy
Tucson, AZ 85704

The track is very fast and car friendly with a 330 ft race line and extremely wide corners. There are restrooms on sight but no power or water os bring your own generator if you have onw or there will be power to share for those that can't bring one. There is plenty of parking for campers , trailers and anyoneelse who wants to come and the track will be accessable for camping over night there are also plenty of hotels and dining facilities just 2 miles south on I 10.

Directions To Track

The track is located in Marana Az directly off the I10 south freeway. Take the Avry exit (marker 242). Turn right at the stop sign then immediately go left to stay on the southbound access road. The track is on your right (west) about 1/2 mile souith of the stop sign. You can't miss it. People coming from California can miss Phoenix traffic and shorten their trip by using the Rt 85 cutoff to Gila Bend and taking Rt 8 back to the I10 it is about 16 miles farther but little traffic. Anyone coming from the southeast must go to the same exit and cross under the freeway The access road is one way only

Arizona Gang Racing

Mike Lubanovich: 602-402-3303
Mac McHenry: 623-206-9698
Jim Turner: 602-790-0987