The ONE & Only
 Knoxville Raceway
Knoxville, IA
Friday, August 14, 2020 (August 13, 2020 to August 15, 2020)


The ONE & Only
August 13, 2020 to August 15, 2020
Knoxville Raceway
1000 North Lincoln Street
Knoxville, IA 50138 

 http://www.knoxvilleraceway.com

Event Description
In lieu of the Knoxville Nationals, the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will visit Knoxville Raceway for three nights of racing, August 13-15, culminating with the Brownells Capitani Classic presented by Great Southern Bank, paying $50,000 to win and $3,000 to start. Due to COVID restrictions, only 7,000 spectators (4,500 on Frontstretch and 2,500 on Backstretch) will be permitted to attend each night.

Series
World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

To Win Amount
$10,000.00


To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Reserved Seating
No

Type of Grandstand
Bleachers/ Chairbacks

Stadium Seating
No outside seating allowed

Handicapped Seating
Section D, row 1, and sections AA and BB, row 40. Companion seating is available.

Pit Age Limit
Aged 17 and under require parent waivers - Aged 12 and under must remain in vehicle or the fenced in area between turns 1 and 2. All pit fees apply. All ages same price

Personal Coolers
No coolers or outside Food/Beverages allowed

ATMs
1

Credit Card Use
Concessions, Pit Gate , Ticket Window

Alcohol Sales
Alcohol is available at the track

Smoking Policy
All grandstands are no-smoking. Smoking areas are available underneath stands.

Family Section
Sections I & J

Parking Cost
$10.00

Camping Availability
electric hookup, non-electric, onsite, sanitary facility, showers, waste services

Camping Cost
camping at the North Campground for $160 for 4 days. Water and electric hookups are available.

Closest Airport
Des Moines International Airport




Knoxville Raceway
1000 North Lincoln Street
Knoxville, IA 50138 

 http://www.knoxvilleraceway.com

Track Phone
(641) 842-5431

Track History
The Knoxville Raceway, located on the Marion County Fairgrounds, began as a track for horse racing. The first automobile race was held in 1901. Johnny Gerber and "Speed" Adams were among the drivers featured between 1927 and 1936 during racing’s growth in popularity.

Racing came to a halt in the early 1940s due to the war, and returned late in the decade with hot rod racing. Soon after, midget and stock car racing became common.

In 1954, weekly racing began at the Knoxville Raceway. By this time, lighting was added to the track, along with new fencing. Stock car racing was the primary attraction, which were passenger cars stripped of glass, innards and extra metal. Roll cages were often constructed inside the car as a safety precaution.

Events at the Knoxville Raceway were promoted by the Southern Iowa Stock Car Racing Association until 1956, when Marion Robinson took over as promoter. During Robinson's tenure, "modifieds", (a stock car with modifications made to the engine), and "supermodifieds" (modifieds with the car bodies cut away to eliminate weight), were the rage. Eventually, tubing replaced the car frames, giving way to the sprint car as we know it today. Under Robinson's leadership, the Knoxville Nationals were born.

P. Ray Grimes came into leadership at the Knoxville Raceway in 1974, promoting races until 1977. Grimes' legacy includes extending the length of the Knoxville Nationals to four days.

1977 brought about a new Race Director, Ralph Capitani. Capitani continued to build on the growth of his predecessors, increasing the payoff for the 4-day Knoxville Nationals event to $100,000. The first tape-delayed broadcast of the Nationals was in 1987, with the first live broadcast in 1993.

Track Size & Type
Semi-banked, 1/2 mile

Sprint Track Record
14.407 seconds established by Brooke Tatnell on May 6, 2006

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Options & Prices
ALL Tickets are General Admission

3-Day Adult: $110
3-Day Youth (13-19 years): $62

Thursday:
Adult: $35
Youth (13-19 years): $20
Kids (12 & Under): FREE

Friday:
Adult: $35
Youth (13-19 years): $20
Kids (12 & Under): FREE

Saturday:
Adult: $40
Youth (13-19 years): $22
Kids (12 & Under): FREE

Pit Passes
$40 each day

Camping Availability
electric hookup, non-electric, onsite, sanitary facility, showers, waste services

Camping Price
camping at the North Campground for $160 for 4 days. Water and electric hookups are available.