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Getting Around the Speedway Motors WISSOTA 100
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Getting Around the Speedway Motors WISSOTA 100

From parking to the campgrounds, you are never too far from the main entrance to the grandstand. With the change in venue there are a few new things to take note on.

ATVs/Golf Cars/Etc

Please make sure that if you plan on having a personal ATV, golf car, or similar mode of transportation on the ground that you have it registered with WISSOTA Auto Racing at the event. This can be done in the pit area on Tuesday or in both the pit area and ticket booth on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Please note that these vehicles are not allowed on city streets without the proper licensing and insurance. If you have any questions please look into the city ordinances in Fergus Falls or call the city office.

Trolley Rides

Trolley Rides will be available on Friday and Saturday. The trolleys will make a loop throughout the facility based on demand. A majority of the loop will be down International Dr to the parking lots and back to the main gate through camp ground C and D. If demand requires we will add to the route through Campground A.

Expect pickups to happen at the body shop on International Dr, at the I-94 Speedway entrance, between Vector Windows and Shoremaster, and at the end of the pavement on the west end.

Please remember to be respectful of other riders, and only get one and off once the trolley has come to a complete stop.

Personal Cars

Please make sure that personal vehicles fit into your camp spot. If they are in the roadway they will be subject to tow in order to keep open roadways and a safe environment.


Submitted By: Carson Gramm

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