Victory Lane Speedway is a WISSOTA sanctioned track less than 10 minutes south of Winnipeg on Highway 75. WISSOTA is the largest sanctioning body of dirt track racing in the United States and Canada. Victory Lane Speedway races Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, and Street Stocks. The track is a 1/3 mile high-banked oval with clay surface. Auto racing is a sport where people race cars against each other. The first recorded car race was in 1867 in Paris, France. The first car race in the United States was on Thanksgiving Day in 1898, in New York City. Since the creation of the car, there has been auto racing. Different types of races were organized, with the first one being noted as early as 1867. Many of the initial events were essentially reliability tests intended to show that these new vehicles were a feasible method of transportation, but they quickly developed into a significant way for automobile manufacturers to showcase their products. Specialized racing cars had evolved by the 1930s. Events for internal combustion auto racing started soon after the first successful gasoline-powered vehicles were built. On April 28, 1887, Monsieur Fossier, the chief editor of the Paris newspaper Le Vélocipède, held the first organized competition. The distance from Neuilly Bridge to the Bois de Boulogne was two kilometers (1.2 miles). On February 21, 1948, Bill France, Sr., with assistance from a number of other racers at the time, started NASCAR. On June 19, 1949, Daytona Beach, Florida hosted the first-ever NASCAR "Strictly Stock" event. Finding Victory Lane Speedway tickets for cheap can be tough, but Yadara has got you covered. We have a wide selection of tickets to the hottest shows in town, and our prices are unbeatable. So whether you're looking for Victory Lane Speedway tickets for the front row or just looking to save some money, visit us today and buy your tickets to the best concerts, plays, and sporting events. You won't be disappointed!