Kids Win At Stafford Speedway Back 2 SKool Blitz Night Friday

(Press Release from Stafford Speedway)

This Friday, August 24th Back 2 SK®ool Blitz Night at Stafford Speedway will feature the rescheduled Call Before You Dig Late Model 50 in addition to a night filled with fun and games for kids.

The start of the 2018 school year is just around the corner but there is still plenty of action at Stafford Speedway.

As part of Back 2 SK®ool Blitz night this Friday, all kids 14 & under wearing a team shirt or jersey will receive a free general admission ticket when accompanied by a paying adult. Each kid will receive a raffle ticket to be presented in the Kids Zone for a spin of the prize wheel where every spin wins a prize.

Wild Thing Karts will provide all the big wheel prizes. In addition, all kids will have the chance to enter the bike raffle presented by Big Haus USA Racing Products, DP Motorsports and Stafford Speedway with 3 bikes being raffled.

New for 2018, a bounce house located directly across from the Kids Zone will be open throughout the entire night. In addition to the bounce house, bike raffles, and prizes, there will be a variety of games such as Cornhole, Ladder Toss, Lawn Tic Tac Toe, and Chalk Art.

Drivers will be visiting the Kids Zone throughout the night trying their skills off the track.

As part of this Friday night’s events the Wild Thing Karts Cub division will be on display on the midway and will also take to the track for a parade lap. Stafford’s five NASCAR Whelen All-American Series divisions will all be in action. Tickets for the CBYD Late Model 50/Back 2 SK®ool Blitz program are on sale now and are priced at $20.00 for adult general admission tickets, $5.00 for children ages 6-14, and children ages 5 and under are admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult.

All kids 14 & under wearing a team shirt or jersey will be admitted free (general admission). Reserved seat tickets are $23.00 for all ages. All ticket prices include 10% CT Admission Tax. Stafford Motor Speedway offers plenty of free parking along with overnight parking available for self contained Recreational Vehicles.

For more information, contact the Stafford Motor Speedway track office at 860-684-2783 or visit us on the web at


  1. Very smart business by Stafford the more the kids get involved the future of racing they have been doing a great job marketing this year

  2. I agree this is one of the things Stafford does right. you need to get kids involved at a young age. I seem to remember Stafford used to make a big deal about the kids club and had special events for them. I believe they have youth sports night where they get in free if they wear their jersey. The population of racing fans are getting older and you need to get fans interested in racing at an early age. I know my interest in racing was solidified by going to Westboro Speedway as young kid. I think Stafford should consider offering free wifi, maybe a little playground area, maybe bring in a bounce house and face painters for kids night. I know other tracks have big wheel races, I don’t think I have seen them at Stafford. Do it at the beginning of the season to get the kids begging their parents to bring them back.

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