Lake Erie Speedway is an outdoor racing entertainment facility, and as with other outdoor entertainment facilities, the weather is an unknown. We ask that all patrons read and understand the rain out policy prior to purchasing an event ticket.
The race program consists of qualifying heat races and feature events. In the event of inclement weather, Lake Erie Speedway officials will make every effort to complete the program for you. Always, be sure to keep your event tickets and/or wristbands.
The event night program will be considered complete when 51% of the events have been completed. (An event is considered 51% complete after the first feature event takes the green flag)
If less then 51% of the events have been completed, event tickets should be kept and will be honored for any upcoming regular weekly racing show for the 2013 race season. The same ticket will be valid for events of equal or lesser value, but may not be applied for ticket upgrades.
If 51% or more of the events have been completed, the show is considered complete.
Rain out policies for events other then Weekly Racing will be posted on a per event basis.
If you have any questions with regards to the Rain Out Policy, please contact the Speedway Office at 814-725-3303.
We want all fans to have the best experience possible. Our image will be shaped not only by staff, drivers, teams, but by fans as well. Our goal is to ensure that every fan experiences the high-energy environment of racing, and to create a safe and supportive environment for participants while maintaining a wholesome, family oriented atmosphere. To ensure that all fans have a pleasant experience at facility, each guest should act responsibly and be considerate of others. Be a good sport. The Lake Erie Speedway security personnel will respond to complaints of misconduct. Fans who fail to comply with Lake Erie Speedway policy after being warned will be subject to ejection or arrest.
For the safety and comfort of fans, carry-in coolers of any kind are not permitted.
Visit vendors/sponsors display booths in the Main Concourse to sample and try all of the newest innovations on the market today.
In the event of an emergency please notify one of the speedway employees or uniformed security officers in your area.
Handicapped and Disabled Accessible Parking:
Parking for Handicapped and Disabled guests is available. You must have a disabled parking pass issued by your state displayed in your window to access this parking area.
We would love to hear from you. Let us know what you like, don't like, want to see, or would not want to see at Lake Erie Speedway. If you wish to write us you can do so at the address below, or email us at: email@example.com.
First Aid - Fan Care Centers:
We will have trained paramedics at the facility that will be able to provide both Basic and Advanced life support for both drivers and spectators.
Food & Beverage Concessions:
For your convenience, we have concession stands conveniently located in the facility to serve all guests. All of your favorite food and beverage items are available. No food or beverage will be permitted to be brought into the facility, if found, it will be confiscated.
Patrons caught throwing any items will be immediately removed from the property, with the possibility of being prosecuted under Pennsylvania Law.
In reserved seating areas of the grandstand please ensure that you are in your proper seat. If problems should arise please notify the usher in y area. In general admission areas please be respectful and courteous to people around you.
The Hospitality Village is located at the East end of the concourse behind turn 1. You must have the appropriate credentials to enter.
Hospitality Village Parking:
You must have the appropriate parking permit displayed in your vehicle to be able to park in this area.
Lost and Found:
Articles found during an event will be turned into the lost and found at The Speed Shop in the main concourse of the facility near the main entrance.
Lake Erie Speedway personnel will escort children who become separated from their families to The Speed Shop until their families are located. Parents reporting or inquiring about lost children should contact the nearest event staff employee or one of the uniformed police officers in their area.
The only animals allowed in the facility (except those which are part of an event) are guide dogs to aid the visually impaired, signal dogs to aid the hearing impaired and service dogs to aid the physically disabled. Other animals will not be allowed through the gates. All animals on speedway property MUST be kept on a 6 foot chain and cannot be left unattended.
Press Box/Media Center/Control Tower:
Only those holding the proper credentials will be allowed to enter the Press Box.
To ensure that all fans have a safe and enjoyable visit to the Lake Erie Speedway, the following items will not be permitted:
Restrooms are located on each end of the administration building, as well as the pit building facing the general spectator area.
Lake Erie Speedway security personnel will be stationed throughout the Speedway. Should you require assistance, please notify the nearest event staff employee. The appropriate person or agency will be dispatched to your location to assist you.
Show off your favorite NASCAR apparel, support your favorite local driver, or support the Lake Erie Speedway by purchasing Speedway and racing souvenirs. Visit The Speed Shop located in the main concourse. The Lake Erie Speedway store is open during all events.
Souvenir programs are located at the souvenir stand in the main concourse.
You must have the appropriate Suite or VIP parking permit displayed in your vehicle to be allowed to park in the VIP parking area.
Wheelchair Grandstand Access:
Lake Erie Speedway will have state approved spaces for wheelchairs accompanied by attendants.