|Owner||Shelor Automotive Group|
|Operator||Rusty Wallace Racing Experience|
|Opened||July 20, 1952|
|Former names||New River Valley Speedway|
Pulaski County Speedway
|Major events||NASCAR-sanctioned Late Model Stock Car, Limited Sportsman, Street Stock, Mod4, as well as non-NASCAR sanctioned divisions U-Car and Mini-Cup|
|Length||0.416 mi (0.669 km)|
Motor Mile Speedway (formerly Pulaski County Speedway, then New River Valley Speedway) is a 0.416-mile paved oval racetrack in Dublin, Virginia. It was purchased by Shelor Automotive Group in 2004 and was subsequently renamed Motor Mile Speedway.
The track announced that it has cut all sanctions with NASCAR and discontinued its oval track racing in late 2017 but, reopened under NASCAR sanctioning in 2019. However, it continues to use its drag strip behind the back straightaway. In late 2020, the Rusty Wallace Racing Experience signed an agreement to become operator of the track for at least the next two years, with plans to run regular oval- and drag-racing experiences at the track.
Motor Mile Speedway hosted one ASA National Tour event in 1999.
Notable weekly drivers
NASCAR Busch Series history
The track is most famous for hosting 4 NASCAR Busch Series events between 1989 and 1992.
- "Track Information". Motor Mile Speedway. Retrieved June 20, 2012.
- "Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Taking Reins of Virginia Track" (Press release). Speed51. Motor Mile Speedway. October 22, 2020. Retrieved October 23, 2020.
- Pettitt, Randy. "Local Auto Racing: Speedway is a part of Agnew's early career". The Franklin News Post. Retrieved June 24, 2020.
- "New River Valley Speedway NASCAR Busch Series results". Racing-reference. Retrieved August 24, 2009.
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