Stafford Speedway 2020 Season Passes Now Available; Schedule To Be Released Nov. 13th

(Press release from Stafford Speedway)

The best deal in short track racing is once again available at Stafford Speedway with 2020 season passes now on sale. Now until December 14th is the best time to buy with deep discounts for race teams and fans who purchase their season passes early. Teams and fans who take advantage of Stafford’s season pass program enjoy big discounts compared to purchasing tickets weekly. In 2019 season pass holders who purchased during the early bird discount period had their passes paid for by early July. The 2020 offer is no different with big savings across the board.

Early bird season pass discount compared to purchasing a full price weekly ticket in 2020:

–       Paddock Season Pass: 54% savings

–       General Admission Season Pass: 43% savings

–       Reserved Ticket Season Pass: 42%

2020 paddock season passes are just $440 until December 14th when they will increase to $500 before again increasing March 16th to $525. General Admission season passes are priced starting at $320 through December 14th when they will increase to $350 and again increasing in price to $375 on March 16th. Stadium chair-back and top row reserved seats are priced at $360 through December 14th before increasing to $390 and again increasing to $420 on March 16th.

“We’re excited to once again offer our weekly fans and competitors big discounts on season tickets for 2020,” explained Stafford Speedway COO Paul Arute. “Stafford Speedway and short track racing is built on weekly competition and top notch racing every Friday. We hope that teams and race fans that plan to attend weekly in 2020 take advantage of the big savings.”

The 2020 season at Stafford Speedway is set to be another thriller with 22 events scheduled highlighted by 9 special events, 7 tour type events, and 6 weekly series extra distance races. The full 2020 Stafford Speedway schedule is slated to be released Wednesday, November 13th at 12pm. 

Race teams and fans can order their 2020 season passes online in the all new Stafford Speedway Online Store or by calling the Stafford Speedway box office at 860-684-2783. 

For more information, visit, checkout Stafford Speedway on Facebook or Twitter, or contact the track office at 860-684-2783.


  1. I sent them a supportive email saying how much I enjoyed the Opens and hoped they’d add a forth. Hopefully it was one of many expressing support. Can’t wait to see what they decided. VMRS, Open or a pie in the sky wild card TTOMS as the forth tour special.

  2. 7 tour type events, 3 whelen tour, 4 opens. Race Day just reported MRS is out. I don’t think anyone was too surprised by the change. MRS seems to be losing the Tour type modified series war. I doubt tri track will go to Stafford as Stafford seems to be doing everything inhouse and getting rid of all outside tours with the exception of Whelen.

    If you go to Stafford on a weekly basis the season pass is definitely well worth it. I have had it in the past and even in the rainiest of years you save money on the deal if you buy early. I just don’t want to go every week anymore. I would like to see a gift card with a little discount. Something like $80 for $100 in Stafford bucks purchased before Christmas. It would probably get me to the track a little more frequently if I had purchased that in the winter or gotten that for a gift.

  3. I guess you could say the teams that compete at the Speedbowl have little choice but to consider Stafford as their home track in 2020 or Seekonk for that matter. Or enjoy the part time Thompson racing.
    Bemer is out on bail pending his appeal. Getting in Dutch for spitting on people and fighting off STD testing that will no doubt hurt his civil case defense. Serluca has abandoned the Spedbowl theme and is full time promoting all that is in the Mike Serluca universe. Blaise Brodeur is all in on reelecting Trump so his dance card is full.
    That all means that given the tracks resume some major announcement will be forthcoming soon about a sale or some other twist no one predicted.

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