Buy A Complete Working Racetrack For Just $320,000! Owosso Speedway Could Be Yours

Buy A Complete Working Racetrack For Just $320,000! Owosso Speedway Could Be Yours

Check this out! Owosso Speedway, a 3/8 Mile paved oval, is located on 40 acres in Michigan and is for sale for just $320,000. To us that seems like a really good deal for that many acres and a fully functional track and equipment. Imagine what else you can put on this place? It was opened in 1940 and was one of the first race tracks in Michigan. That is saying something, as the home of American horsepower has had a lot of speed trials, events, and tracks. This one also has a crazy storied history and that just makes it even cooler. Read the entire sales listing below and use the contact info to make inquiries and make it yours. You can do it!

Owosso Speedway for Sale in Michigan – $320,000

Owosso Speedway, locally known as “The Big O” was established in 1940 as one of the first race tracks in Michigan. The track is located on highway M-21 in Ovid, Michigan, just outside of Lansing, the state’s capital.

The track’s colorful history includes serving as POW Camp for captured German soldiers during World War II. The track has also been raced by many top racers including Benny Parsons, Brad Keselowski and Erik Jones.

The 40 acre facility features a 3/8 mile paved banked short track oval.

Weekly racing includes Late Mods, Mods, Street Stock, and Pure Stock.

The turn-key facility comes ready to operate and includes:

Full Sound System

Full Lighting System

Tow Truck

Broom Tractor

Water Truck

2 Safety/Track Clean-Up Trucks

Tire Garage

Concrete Pits

Weigh-In Scales

5 Position Score Board

Timing Equipment

Guest Suites


Fully Functional Kitchen

Souvenir Building

Interested buyers can contact Brian Jortner at [email protected], or at 440-935-7460

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6 thoughts on “Buy A Complete Working Racetrack For Just $320,000! Owosso Speedway Could Be Yours

  1. James Starks

    Why are they selling it? How close is this track to being legislated out of business by noise restrictions from the encroaching urban sprawl?

    1. JZ

      They can race two times per week and I now believe camping is aloud. Place needs seating repairs, bathroom and new concessions. Asphalt is wearing thin. Probably needs 300k at a minimum investment

  2. CPR

    As for why, I can’t say, but local ordnance/sprawl won’t be a problem. There’s nothing over there to interfere.

  3. Bobby. Woods

    Whoever bought it I’ll be willing to come out there and work for you give me a holler leave me a message 304-995-8070

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