During YIELDS’s presentations to communities and schools regarding street racing, we encourage youth to bring their vehicles to Castrol Raceway instead of on the street where they can have their vehicle mechanically checked and they can race in a structured, safe environment.  At the track it eliminates the chances of causing injury to innocent bystanders (or themselves) and preventing drastic consequences due to a mechanical failure and/or their inexperience behind the wheel. At the track any crash is contained and there is little to no collateral damage.

The NHRA sanctioned 1/4 mile Drag strip at Castrol Raceway is home to one of Canada’s fastest growing factions of Street Rods and Sport Compact Cars. Since the inception of the "Fast and The Furious" sub-culture the growing popularity of the V8Less series along with the demand for extreme sports is ever increasing. Competitors and spectators jump at the chance to see their friends, family and adversaries compete on the quarter mile.

The 2017 season will host many “Street Legal” events with many held under the lights late into mid-summer evenings.

Castrol Raceway works very closely with the YIELD program to promote street-legal racing at the racetrack rather than “on the street”.

Friday Nights: Gates open at 5:00 pm and racing starts at 6:30 pm

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