Race flags currently in use at Mohave Valley Raceway Racing flags are a long and storied artefact of modern racing that has endured since the earliest days of the sport. Today flag stations and track marshals make up the primary means of direct communication between drivers and race officials across nearly all categories and classes of racing. Since racing is a growing sport across the country, we thought it might be helpful to review the different flags we use and [...]
Two Dwarf cars jostle for position during a night time race at Mohave Valley Raceway. One of the most popular and visually distinct race classes we see at Mohave Valley Raceway are the Dwarf Cars. These small, low budget cars make for a dynamic night that appeals to drivers from across the midwest as they compete for points with the various racing bodies we partner with. This class of racecar is small sturdy, and just as fast as the other [...]
On behalf of Walt and the rest of the MVR Staff, we would like to congratulate our 2020 Track Champions! IMCA Modified- #13 Jeff Sheppard Jr Super Stocks – #15X Jim Morris Street Stocks – #25 Kevin Ward Mini Stocks – #4N Anthony Norton Mini Sports – #01 Steve Freeman
As we move into the closing weeks of the fall season, we thought we would introduce you to our most public facing voice. Mohave Valley Raceway’s announcer, Bob Buckholz. Bob has been announcing races around the country for over 25 years. He began his career in Arizona, but has announced in ten different states. Bob came to Mohave Valley Raceway after moving to Kingman from Delaware. The excitement of the competition comes through his voice, Bob excels spurring interest in [...]
Mohave Valley Raceway will NOT be racing on Saturday September 5th. A KING OF THE HILL Dwarf Car race will be held on November 6th and 7th. Other Divisions will be announced.
Spend Saturday night at the fastest 1/3 mile in the west at Mohave Valley Raceway, 2750 Laguna Rd. in Mohave Valley on Saturday, Feb. 22. Pit gate opens at 3 p.m., gate opens at 5 p.m. with racing starting at 6 p.m. The line-up includes IMCA Modifide’s, Super Stocks, Street Stocks, Mini-Sports and Mini-Stocks General admission is $12, Seniors (60 and over) $10, children ages 6 to 12 $6, and children 5 and under are free. For more information, visit mohavevalleyraceway.com.
Anthony Norton, in the No. 4 car, leads the field during the first heat of mini stocks competition during Saturday’s season-opening racing program at Mohave Valley Raceway. The next racing program will be Feb. 22. JEFF ARGANDA, News West MOHAVE VALLEY — Mohave Valley Raceway opened its 2020 season Saturday night with a full racing program featuring mini stocks, mini sports, modifieds, street stocks and super stocks. Anthony Norton was the first big winner of the night, claiming the main race in [...]