Greenville Pickens Speedway is a 0.5 Mile Nascar sanctioned Race track, in the USA. Opening in 1940 as a half mile dirt track, the track was in use for a year, before it was forced to close (For WW2, the same as all other tracks in the States.) It reopened on July 4, 1946 and has been in operation since then.
During the season, several series visit the venue, including the Whelen Southern Modified Tour and the NASCAR Grand National Division. Because the track is not used for the Sprint Cup or Nationwide Series, teams can be seen testing at the track on a frequent basis. When visiting the track facilities are reasonable, with plenty of seats in the grandstands, and good access to the infield.
Length: 0.5 Miles (0.8KM)
Direction: Anti Clockwise
Greenville Pickens Speedway
3800 Calhoun Memorial Highway
Easley, SC 29640
Closest Railway Station: Greenville Amtrak (7 Miles)
Closest Airport: Greenville-Spartanburg (18 Miles)
Closest Main Road: 123