Wheel2Wheel Raceway is a family owned and operated, 1/8 mile 7 degree banked oval dirt raceway located at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds in Victorville, California. We race Speedway Sprints in three different classes, and our own dirt karts throughout the entire season. It is the home track for the Speedway Sprint Cars fabricated by Wheel2Wheel Racing. We also have special guests at various races including the SoCal Oval Karters, Speedway Bikes, Extreme Sidecars, and Harley Hooligan races. If you want to race with our Wheel2Wheel family call us at 760-247-3987 for more information.
Here are some racing highlights from July 4th Firecracker Derby Race
June 20th Race Highlights
June 20th Race Highlights – Girls Rule
What are Speedway Sprints?
Speedway Sprints are designed for the dirt track racing enthusiast that wants to feel the rush and excitement of a full size sprint car and at an affordable price. We have 3 classes of Speedway Sprints that are based on age, skill and comfort level – Intermediates, Restrictor, and 500. Currently our drivers range in ages from 5-60+ and from 40lbs-300lbs. We customize each speedway sprint to fit your size and needs. They are based on a caged cart design and the Restrictor and 500 class incorporate a 500cc single cylinder engine that runs on alcohol.
Max Power Output 65 hp – Max RPM 9000 – Fuel Methanol
1-Cylinder – 4-Valve – Air-Cooled
*There is also an 9 H.P intermediate version for the younger racers*
Length Overall: 7′-8″ Width Overall 4′-8″ Height Overall 3′-8″
Left Rear Tire: 12 x 8 x 6 Right Rear Tire: 12 x 9 x 6
Brakes: Single Rear Disc – 5 pt harness required
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Race For The Rack: Wheel2Wheel Raceway, Lucky Mutha Cycles & The American Cancer Society Relay for Life
By: Sam Oshins| NAU SMC Correspondent
VICTORVILLE- This coming Saturday, Oct. 15 is the fourth annual Race For The Rack at The Fastest Eighth Mile Around Wheel2Wheel Raceway, gates open at 5 p.m. and racing starts at 6. This special night at the track, where a portion of the ticket proceeds go to The American Cancer Society and throughout the night there will be opportunities to raise money in support of breast cancer awareness and research.
Lucky Mutha Cycles is a proud sponsor of The Harley Hooligans and Race For The Rack; it will be the second Harley night of the season at the track. So if you have a killer bike and you want to show off you can park and display.
Some of the events that are being put on include a raffle and all the proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. Also Race For The Rack t-shirts will be available for purchase as well as breast cancer awareness light up water bottles.
Not only is all that happening but also the racing on the track includes Speedway Sprints and Dirt Karts.
Drivers to watch include Intermediate class point leader Lyla Bonham as she looks to increase her 44-point lead, she is also aiming to win in the JR. Karts.
In the SR. Karts look for a classic heads up battle between Rick Beeson and “Wild” Bill Martin, who continually push each other’s limits and prove that age doesn’t matter.
The Restrictor class is getting interesting as current point leader Austin Brundage has had two rough finishes heading into Race For The Rack and the “old man” of the class Randy “Smokem” Oshins has decreased Brundage’s point lead by 12 points. After a first and second place finishes consecutively Oshins only trails Brundage by 15 points with 4 races remaining.
In the Premier 500cc class look for a battle between rookie point leader Daniel Bennett and veterans John Alonso and Buck Blair.
So this Saturday night head on over to Wheel2Wheel Raceway located at the fairgrounds on 7th Street in Victorville, it’s sure to be a fun night and you can help support a great cause.
WHEEL2WHEEL RACEWAY HAS TWINS, TWIN 12’s THAT IS!
By: Sam Oshins/ Northern Arizona University SMC Correspondent| October 3rd,2016
VICTORVILLE, Calif – SATURDAY Wheel2Wheel Raceway changed things up this weekend as they implemented a format for their 500 class’s main event that hasn’t been used in a few years, instead of the standard twenty lap main officials used two Twin 12 mains to determine a winner on the first night of October.
The night belonged to the 500 Class’s current point leader Daniel Bennett as he bested the special format and outlasted his competition!
It was a very nice night out at fastest eighth-mile track around and the action on the track included a very special Main Event for the big boys in the 500 Class as normally they run one 20-lap main event. However, on this night the main was split into two 12-lap segments and after the first segment the drivers pulled to the infield and received fuel from their crews before returning to the track and having their finishing lineup fully inverted to start the second segment. After leading the first segment the black and green 29 piloted by current point leader Daniel Bennett was able to come away with a second-place finish in the segment and bring home the best average finish between both segments to take home the victory and increase his point lead to 9 over former speedway biker Buck Blair.
Track Coordinator Crystal Aden had this to say about the unusual format, “Normally we have a very tight program but this race we didn’t have the SoCal Oval Karters here and we had time to fill.” Aden also explained why the new format was a good idea, “We decided to make things interesting and we went with two 12-lap mains to excite our fans and to open the door for anyone competing to have an extra chance to win points.”
The night also included Intermediate class point leader Lyla Bonham getting a victory and locking up a championship with only four races remaining. Bonham currently holds onto a 44-point lead over second-place driver Trent Johnson.
Bonham also placed second in the JR Kart division. Marilyn Tippets driver of the #58 machine won her second main event of the season. The SR Kart class was a classic clash between the Beeson Boys and “Wild” Bill Martin. The #44 Kart driven by Rick Beeson held off Martin with a little help from his brother Gary and came out with the victory.
In the Restrictor Plate Class things got a little hairy for point leader Austin Brundage as he lost a left rear tire partway through the main event and was forced to drop out, leaving the door open for drivers Randy Oshins and Kayla Pollard to make up some ground. Ultimately Daniel Smissen won the night even though according to Daniel Bennett-
“I’ve never seen someone win while driving like they where breaking in a horse, I think Daniel (Smissen) has a magnet under his car, maybe we should just start calling him Cowboy.”
Not only was it a good night for Smissen but Randy Oshins was able to move back into second place in points after his second consecutive podium and was able to cut Brundage’s point lead down to 15.