Quaker City Motorsports Park

Track Info


Coming Soon

Don't forget to save the date October 10, 2014. The Great Pumpkin Burndown featuring Tim Arfons and the Green Monster Jet dragster and back by popular demand Bob Motz and his jet engine semi.


Friday night is going to be the start of the Great Pumpkin Race weekend:
Gates will open at 3:00
1 time trial will begin at 6:00

      Friday night entry fee is going to be:
      $20 for adults  $10 ages 6-15 and 5 and under are free

Gates will open at 8:00 am on Saturday and Sunday
Saturday will have 2 time trials beginning at 10:00am with Trick or Treat @ 7:00pm
Racing will resume shortly after
Sunday will only have 1 time trial beginning @ 10:00am
The Cauldron of Coin Race will immediately follow time trials

       Saturday and Sunday entry fee is:
       $10 for adults    ages 10 and under are free


Reserved Parking

Here is a map of the grounds. Please be courteous as to reserved spots. Individuals have paid money to park there for the year with their equipment. Thanks QCMP Staff




Do to the number of oil downs and the safety of our racers and staff, beginning Aug. 15, 2013 all cars running 9.99 and faster will be required to have an engine diaper.


Quick 16 Testimonial

Norm, Tom, and the rest of the QCMP Staff:
We had the honor and privilege of competing in the Quick 16 series event at Quaker City Motorsports Park on June 29, 2013.
You should be commended for such a great racing facility, racing surface, and racing series. 
1. The track handled some big numbers and great racing action from all competitors.  All competitors were able to run consistent times round-after-round and put on a good show for the many fans and fellow competitors in attendance for the event.
2. The Quick 16 program ran on time, and even with a few rain/race delays throughout the day, the entire event was wrapped up around 9:30 PM.  We were put on a 45 minute turn-around for each qualifying pass and round of eliminations.  All drivers and race teams had plenty of time to cool down, refuel, recharge, and make their next round of qualifying or eliminations.  There was no waiting around in the staging lanes once the call was made for Quick 16 competitors.
3. The track staff and management was very courteous to all competitors and fans on hand.  The announcers were well informed of the vehicles competing in the event and had good information to provide about all the competitors, their associates, and most importantly, the series sponsors.
In the future, we would have no hesitation about stepping up our Ny-Trex nitrous tune-up and aiming for times in the 4.10 range.
Racers and fans support this program. You won't be disappointed.
Team video highlights from the event: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXY5WZ95llw
See you in August!
Tom and Ryan Martino
Martino Motorsports
Youngstown, Ohio


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