Search: Select Location Type:  
General Info
Latest Info Updates
Advanced Search
Image Search
Site Statistics
About Us
Advertise Here
Support This Site
Contact Us
Press Clippings
Submit New Info
Drive-In Theaters
Drive-Ins by County
Open Drive-Ins
Drive-In History
Latest Drive-In Photos
Out of State Drive-Ins
Digital Restorations
Indoor Theaters
Theaters by County
Latest Theater Photos
Old Theaters
Old Theater Ads
Opera Houses
Movie Palaces
Amusement Parks
Amusement Parks by County
Latest Photos
Fun Parks
Motor Speedways
Speedways by County
Latest Speedway Photos
Cars and Drivers
Drag Strips
Dragstrips by County
Latest Drag Strip Photos
John G's Dragstrip Pics
Roadside Attractions
Old Tourism Ads
Old Towns
Old Towns
Tourist Traps
Vintage Signs
Googie Architecture
Gas, Food and Lodging
Motels History
Gas Stations
Tourist Cabins
Cities and Towns
Vintage Detroit
Aerial Views
Ghost Towns
Train Depots
Post Offices
Downtown Views
Old Towns
Interesting Architecture
Retail Stores
Old Line Stores
Shopping Centers
Wonderland Mall
Car Dealers
Recreation and Sports
Ski Resorts
Bowling Alleys
Hydroplane Racing
Video Clips
Audio Clips

City: State: Zip: Phone:  
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013:

2/9/2014 - taz
springport speedway will be open once again for the 2014 racing season, under the ownership of jeff and pam parrish. they have successfuly ran the last 2 seasons as well. many improvements to the track and grounds, car counts slowly building up, and 21 and under are FREE COME CHECK IT OUT IN 2014.
1/4/2011 - Aaron Murphy
Calhoun County Speedway changed names many years ago, and is once again Springport Motor Speedway. For the 2011 season the promoters will be Kevin Koscher of M-40 Speedway, and Tim Phillips of The Great Lakes Mini Cups. This season will also mark the return of the modifieds, and super late models to SMS. Though there will be some changes, most are for the better, and this season is looking to return the track to it's premier status.
10/18/2010 - Kyle Dillin
I work on the push truck two years ago and really liked it was wondering if you were looking for help next race season on the push truck. Thanks Kyle.
7/15/2009 - Dennis ONeil
The name has been changed to Mid-Michigan Speedway. It was changed from Calhoun County Speedway to Springport Motor Speedway in 2006. It carried that name until November 2008 when Jerry Rabbers changed it to Mid-Michigan Speedway.
The track is still open and is a beautiful setting and facility. However it is struggling to support itself. Low car and fan counts have plagued this season.
5/15/2008 - Sean Fitzgerald
Youtube has some cool video of this place, if you look for springsport speedway.
9/30/2007 - Sean Fitzgerald
Ya know I was there once, but from the photo the cars on the track make the place look huge. Nice track, seems to have an outside groove down the stretches, that puts the cars right up against the wall. But it only seemed to be one groove, Maybe if enough cars show up and start wearing the place in that will change. Nice place anyway.
9/21/2007 - Randy
On Sept 27th, Springport (Calhoun) Speedway is having an invitational race. ALL CLASSES...racing starts at 7:00pm...check out there website for details, but this sounds very interesting, not your normal heat/feature races.
9/5/2007 - Sean Fitzgerald
Turn this place into a high banked half mile. Race track Operator should take a look at this place!
11/2/2006 - Larry Heyns
Michigan Ideal Speedway is located north of Marshall. I never saw it, but the track was known for its well landscaped grounds. Perry Younce was killed in a midget race at Ideal in 1996. He was a rising star in open-wheel racing.
8/22/2006 - Bill Speck
That is too bad a friend of mine said he was at the speedway in Flint last week and there wasnt much of a crowd there. It looks like all the tracks are going down the tube.
6/12/2006 - Sean Fitzgerald
Went to this place saturday night. Very friendly people. Seemed to be a pretty much a one groove track, but passing was possible. Nicely run . Great fields of Modifieds, very nice feel to the place. Definitely worth a return trip.
12/28/2005 - Marty Blume
The track was originally opened as Michigan Ideal Speedway in the fall of 1989. It was often refered to as little MIS. When it was sold, the name was changed to Springport Speedway. When Paul Zimmerman and Jim Leasure bought the track, they changed the name to Calhoun County Speedway. They have now changed the name to Springport Motor Speedway. For what ever reason, the track has been plagued by poor attendance over the years.
12/28/2005 - Marty Blume
The track was built by Ralph Densmore who was a former racer back in the 50s at the old Jackson Motor Speedway. He owned a local oil company. He built the track because he felt the was a huge void in the Jackson area for auto racing ever since the Jackson Motor Speedway had closed back in the 70s. He couldnt buy Jackson and reopen it, so he built a new track in Springport. The track originally had much higher banks but they kept washing out with the rains and he finally settled on the present 18 degree turns and back straight. The front straight has a banking of 8 degrees. He also built a pulling pad in the infeild with the hopes of hosting tractor pulls but after 1 or 2 events, he gave up on that idea.
12/27/2005 - Sean Fitzgerald
Was this track in fact called Michigan Ideal at one point? I heard it was just built by a farmer who wanted a track.
11/10/2005 - Chris Fobbe
For the 2006 Season, they are changing the name of the track to the Springport Motor Speedway.
9/11/2004 - Chris Fobbe
As of May 8 2004 the Calhoun County (formerly Springport) Speedway re-opened under the management of Paul Zimmerman and Jim Leasure of the Spartan Speedway. The Speedway runs on Saturday everyweek and one Sunday show a month
4/14/2003 - Web
Springport Township and Calhoun County Speedway are still in negotiations regarding the permits required to begin racing at the facility. As a result, the opening date for racing cannot be set. Please check back on this website for any updates.

© 2021 Water Winter Wonderland. All rights reserved.  Over  48,862,516  Served