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Kil-Kare Speedway

.333 mi./0.536 km. Paved Oval located in Xenia, OH
Opened: 1959 | Track In Operation



Promoters: Richard Chrysler
Website: http://www.kilkare.com/

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The following table contains a list of all known touring series or major events held at this speedway. Think we're missing one or have the results to it? Contact us!

Date Sanction Winner Laps
7 August 1957 USAC National Midget Car Series George Amick
11 September 1957 USAC National Midget Car Series A.J. Foyt
27 June 1959 USAC National Midget Car Series Chuck Rodee
5 August 1959 USAC National Midget Car Series Len Sutton
12 August 1979 USAC National Midget Car Series Rich Vogler
5 September 1980 Kil-Kare 100 Marvin Smith 100
4 July 1986 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Bobby Jacks 100
3 July 1987 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Bob Strait 100
1 July 1988 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Marvin Smith 125
9 April 1989 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Bob Strait 125
30 June 1989 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Bob Strait 125
8 April 1990 ARCA Pro-4 Series Mike Stacy
8 April 1990 ARCA Loctite Midget Series Mack McClellan
8 April 1990 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Jerry Churchill 143
29 June 1990 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Bobby Bowsher 125
17 August 1990 ARCA Loctite Midget Series Jim Hettinger
28 April 1991 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Dave Weltmeyer 125
28 June 1991 ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series Bob Strait 125
26 May 1992 ARCA SuperCar Series Bill Venturini 157
28 June 1992 ARCA SuperCar Series Bob Keselowski 150
15 May 1993 ARCA Hooters SuperCar Series Dave Weltmeyer 150
23 July 1993 ARCA Hooters SuperCar Series Bob Strait 150
20 May 1994 ARCA Hooters SuperCar Series Dave Weltmeyer 150
22 July 1994 ARCA Hooters SuperCar Series Bobby Bowsher 150
19 May 1995 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Bobby Bowsher 157
21 July 1995 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Eric Smith (IL) 150
31 May 1996 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Tim Steele 150
6 September 1996 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Bobby Bowsher 150
20 June 1997 Main Event Racing Series John Vallo
4 July 1997 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Dave Weltmeyer 150
19 June 1998 Main Event Racing Series Rich Rohrer
31 July 1998 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Frank Kimmel 150
18 June 1999 Main Event Racing Series John Vallo
16 July 1999 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series Aaron Hulings 50
30 July 1999 ARCA Bondo/Mar-Hyde Series Robbie Pyle 150
26 May 2000 ARCA RE/MAX Series Frank Kimmel 150
7 July 2000 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series David Clay 100
21 July 2000 Main Event Racing Series John Vallo
27 July 2001 Auto Value Super Sprints Gary Fedewa
5 July 2002 USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, Northern Division Brian Ross (IN) 250
4 July 2003 USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, Northern Division Jeff Agnew 250
2 July 2004 USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, Northern Division Jeff Agnew 250
13 August 2004 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series Brett Rowe 100
24 June 2005 USAC Midwest Ford Focus Midget Car Series Ronnie Wuerdeman 25
1 July 2005 USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, Northern Division Woody Howard 254
22 July 2005 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series Brett Rowe 100
12 May 2006 USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, Northern Division Johnny Rumley 250
9 June 2006 Main Event Racing Series Mike Stacy 100
21 July 2006 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series Buddy Head 100
28 July 2006 USAC Midwest Pavement Ford Focus Midget Car Series Ricky Ehrgott 25
1 June 2007 Main Event Racing Series Ryan Tedesco 75
15 June 2007 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series Nick Gullatta 100
20 July 2007 USAC Midwest Ford Focus Midget Car Series James Robertson (IN) 30
6 June 2008 Main Event Racing Series Gary Whipkey
4 July 2008 Super Cup Stock Car Series Megan Reitenour
11 July 2008 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series Paul Hahn 100
18 July 2008 USAC Midwest Ford Focus Midget Car Series Kyle Hamilton (IN) 25
5 June 2009 Main Event Racing Series Tim Ice 100
17 July 2009 USAC Midwest Ford Focus Midget Car Series Tyler Cottongim 30
4 September 2009 Main Event Racing Series Mike Stacy 100
4 June 2010 Main Event Racing Series Mike Stacy 100
16 July 2010 USAC Eastern Ford Focus Midget Car Series
USAC Midwest Pavement Ford Focus Midget Car Series
Joe Liguori 30
1 July 2011 ARCA Truck Series Paul Hahn 100
15 July 2011 USAC Midwest Pavement Ford Focus Midget Car Series Chris Lamb 30
1 June 2012 USAC Midwest Pavement Ignite Midget Series Toby Alfrey 25
6 July 2012 ARCA Truck Series Levi Mansfield 100
31 August 2012 ARCA Truck Series Danny Jackson 100
24 May 2013 Great Lakes Helicopter Main Event Racing Series John Long
14 June 2013 USAC Eastern Ignite Midget Series
USAC Midwest Pavement Ignite Midget Series
Chris Lamb 30
5 July 2013 ARCA Truck Series Levi Mansfield 100
2 August 2013 Robbie Dean Memorial Series Mike Stacy
15 September 2013 ARCA CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Travis Braden 125
23 April 2014 Great Lakes Helicopter Main Event Racing Series Drew Charlson
2 May 2014 USAC Midwest Pavement HPD Midget Series Austin Nemire 20
13 June 2014 USAC Midwest Pavement HPD Midget Series Austin Nemire 30
27 June 2014 ARCA Truck Series Danny Jackson 100
8 August 2014 Robbie Dean Memorial Series Brandon Oakley
14 September 2014 ARCA CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Brandon Oakley 125
9 July 2017 CRA JEGS All-Stars Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance Carson Hocevar 100
30 July 2017 ARCA CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Travis Braden 125
2 June 2018 ARCA CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Austin Kunert 125

A table of all seasons in which The Third Turn has point standings for this track. Click on each individual season to view all divisions and point standings. If we don't have points to a particular season and you do, please Contact us!

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Kil-Kare Raceway is a motorsports complex located in Xenia, Ohio, near Dayton. It first opened in 1959 and features two separate tracks: Kil-Kare Speedway, a 3/8 mile (0.6 km) asphalt oval for stock car racing and Kil-Kare Dragway, a 1/4 mile dragstrip. The oval is unconventional in shape, with the cars almost in a continuous slide between turns one and four.

The facility is affiliated with both the NHRA and NASCAR and holds events in the Whelen All-American Series as well as local events including figure 8 races. It formerly hosted races in ARCA and USAR Pro Cup Series competition.

The name Kil Kare is believed to be derived from an old resort that once stood on the property currently occupied by the raceway. A bicycle path that borders the raceway to the South was once a railroad. The railroad carried passenger trains near the turn of the century. The passenger trains stopped at the resort that was named "Kill all your cares". As time progressed, the resort closed and the name Kil-Kare stuck.


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