The International Hot Rod Association has announced that Ozark Raceway Park, located in Rogersville, Missouri, will be returning to the IHRA member track family for the 2013 season and beyond in a multi-year deal.
Purchased by the Chance family four years ago, Ozark Raceway Park is a 1/8-mile drag racing facility nestled in the beautiful hills of the Ozarks.
Featuring a busy schedule with racing every Saturday night from April through October, Ozark Raceway Park is once again excited to be a part of the IHRA family and looks forward to taking advantage of the many sportsman programs the IHRA has to offer.
Ozark Raceway Park is owned and operated by the Chance family. Mitch, Neal and Marty Chance have been involved in drag racing for most of their lives and their experience has helped them grow the facility and their sportsman racing program.
A unique track, with log cabin-designed buildings from the main office to the starter box, Ozark Raceway Park embraces its forest locale as racecars roar down the 1/8-mile asphalt strip with over 200 feet of launch pad.
The busy Ozark Raceway Park schedule includes many forms of racing from shootout programs featuring Pro, Mod, Pro Street, True 10.5, Drag Radial, Junior Dragster and additional classes. The track also hosts multiple test and tune nights, Midnight Drags once a month, and multiple special events held throughout the year.