Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP) is one of short-track racing's oldest and most historic tracks, opening in 1940 and hosting its first race in 1951. TSMP hosts its own five regular divisions. In 2021, the track will also host the Outlaw Open Modified Series as part of a six-race schedule.
The owners of the American Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Star Series (PASS) have leased the track and will run operations for the 2021 season.
Nestled in the heart of Modified country, TSMP’s premier division features the drivers that do battle in the open-wheel ground pounders. Known for their low, aggressive stance, the Sunoco Modifieds have featured National Champions, Keith Rocco and Ted Christopher. Keith Rocco has eight track titles, including four straight titles from 2016-2019.
Showcasing TSMP’s top-tier fendered racecars, the Late Model Division is known for its side-by-side racing and late-race entertainment. Since 2010, the Late Model division has seen just two repeat champions.
Showcasing some of the upcoming drivers in the modified ranks, the SK Light Modifieds look similar to Sunoco Modified by the eye, but under the hood, they are a different beast. In 2019, Bryan Narducci earned the championship, dominating the class in their first full-time year of racing.
Big car counts, wheel-to-wheel racing, and edge-of your-seat excitement have long been the trademarks of TSMP’s Limited Sportsman Division. Though Shawn Monahan had won two straight titles in '17 & '18, Kyle Gero stormed into championship form, claiming the title in 2019.
Former street cars with roll cages and racing parts, the Mini Stock racecars are TSMP’s entry level division. Ripe with young talent and seasoned with experience, these four-cylinder power plants give breed to thrilling three-wide competition. Doug Curry earned his first track championship in 2019.
Known for racing excellence, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park hosts two of the region’s largest events: the Icebreaker & the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing. Nationally recognized by fans as one of the country’s best events, the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing features countless divisions of competition, including the championship events for all five weekly divisions. In 2021, it will also include the return of the historic Thompson 300, a 300-lap Modified race in the Outlaw Open Modified Series worth $20,000 to win.
Our history is rich, and our tradition lives on. We invite you to come and be part of oval track racing at Thompson Speedway!
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