Havasu 95 Speedway started out as a clay oval built by the Havasu Off-Road Racing Association. It took almost seven years to construct the track. It opened for its first full season in March of 1989. When the clay ran out, they closed the gates. It was only in operation for seven years. In March of 1996 the track was paved and reopened, but it was closed again by 2000. The track then sat empty except for a few rodeos held in the dirt infield.
In 2005, our promoter Bill Rozhon began to write letters and make visits to the city council in an effort to open the gates of this little quarter-mile once again.
It took a year to spruce the place up. The track didn't have crash walls or fences, but with the help of many local businesses the track slowly began to look more racey. Armed with the help of friends and family, Havasu 95 Speedway opened for our first full season of racing in September of 2006.
In 2016 we celebrated 10 years of Havasu 95 Speedway. It has been a wild and crazy ride but we wouldn't have it any other way.
The picture above is our promoter Bill, back in his glory days.
Thank you all for supporting us since day one. Without you, there would be no Havasu 95 Speedway!