Orange Show Speedway is a quarter mile asphalt oval race track in San Bernardino, California. Opened in 1947, built in an old football stadium and is the longest continually running racetrack in the west coast of United States of America.
The track hosts various stock car divisions including Pro Late Models, Bandos, Legends, Street Stocks, Pro 4's, Stock Pony, Sport Compact, American Race Trucks, Hotpit Autofest Drift Competitions, Demo Derby's, Car Shows, Jr. Fan Club bike races & more!
The Track has seen multiple NASCAR drivers start careers at the track, including NASCAR Cup Champs Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch & Ron Hornaday Jr.
In 2022, the Speedway is celebrated it's 75th season of operation. SMH Enterprises and track promotor Robert Snyder started promoting races at the Speedway in 2021 and returns will return for the 2024 season.
Orange Show Speedway is located 1.0 Mile north of I-10 on I-215 to Orange Show Road, then .3 miles east, then .5 mile north on E Street. (Fairgrounds).
689 South 'E' Street, San Bernardino, California 92408