Race Day FAQ
Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased at the front gate on the day of the event, or in advance online at raceidahostore.com. Grandstands are general seating. Family Passes include two adults and three kids under the age of 16. Will Call is located at the ticket booth. Watch for advance ticket sales and promotions online and at sponsors’ locations.
What time do races start and end?
The front gate opens at 5 pm and qualifying starts at 6 pm. We try to complete our events by 10:30 pm, but please understand that sometimes there are delays because of accidents and weather.
Is camping or RV parking available?
Camping and RV parking is allowed in the parking lot adjacent to the pits and in general parking during race weekends. No hook-ups are available and open flames are not allowed. There is a $25.00 fee per event.
How much is parking?
We have parking that starts at $2.00 for general. Premiere parking is $3.00. Bigger events like Lanternfest, the Sneva Memorial, Big Rigs, etc.. parking starts at $5.00.
What accommodations do you have for the handicap?
We have a short walk to lower seating in turn four. We have a ramp which goes to the top of the grandstands. Handicap parking is available in front of the ticket booth – look for the signs.
What are the track seating options?
Grandstands are general seating. We recommend to bring a blanket or cushion to sit on as the grandstands are made of cement. Chairs that exceed a maximum of six inches (6″) of lift are NOT permitted. This means lawn or camping (scissor) chairs are not allowed. We do accommodate to the handicap section located at the top of the grandstands. If absolutely necessary, handicap guests and their family can bring a folding chair to sit at the top of the grandstands. We strongly suggest stadium chairs. Please note that there is a No Re-Entry Policy once you enter the grandstands.
What are items that I should or should not bring?
We do not allow weapons or illegal substances at Stateline Speedway, or anything that violates the spirit of a family atmosphere. Outside alcohol, glass containers, and coolers are not allowed. No outside food or beverages are allowed in the gate. Dress for the weather and bring a coat for when racing continues after the sun goes down. Blankets, cushions, and stadium seats only will be allowed in the grandstands. Chairs that exceed a maximum of six inches (6″) of lift are NOT permitted. This means lawn or camping chairs are not allowed.
What kind of food and beverages does Stateline offer?
For those over 21 we have a huge selection of beer and wine. We also have Dr. Pepper, RC Cola and 7 up products, as well as water, coffee, hot chocolate, and more!
At our concession stands you’ll find a variety of affordable options such as hot dogs, candy, popcorn, cheeseburgers, grilled sandwiches, BBQ, Mexican, Italian, Sno-Cones, fresh salads, ice cream, and more!
No coolers are permitted. No outside food or beverages are allowed in the gate.
Where are the restrooms located?
Restrooms are located along the top of the grandstands in turn one and four, and down at the ticket booth and front gate.
What are the age requirements for the pits and restricted areas?
The minimum age to enter the pits is 14. Minors, age 17 and under, must have the proper forms completed to enter, with written parental consent. You can request the forms needed to enter in advance from Stateline Speedway. Exceptions require the promoters written permission.
What happens if an event is rained out or cancelled?
Unfortunately, we cannot control the weather and sometimes unforeseen circumstances can occur. Like many sporting venues we have a “No Refund” policy. If an event rains out or cancels due to unforeseen circumstances after more than 50% of the event is complete, the event will be considered complete. If an event rains out or cancels before 50% of the event is complete, your ticket stub will be good for entrance at the next event, or your ticket stub can be exchanged for a gift certificate. You must keep your ticket stub!