All News: Oxford Plains Speedway


Holcomb Goes Wire-to-Wire at Oxford Plains

July 19th, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

Round Two of 2016 Season Three for the Lawrence Towing Outlaw Modified Series took place on Saturday night at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine.  Brian Neff carried the points lead into the second race after his wire-to-wire victory at Martinsville in Round One, while Lowell Jewell sat second in the points. John Holcomb (#69) … Read the Rest »

Nuss Leads Them All at Oxford

May 4th, 2016 by Ben Wolfson

Round 4 of the Bootleg Racing League’s Outlaw Modified Series took place at the unique Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, ME.  Oxford Plains is always a challenging layout requiring drivers to keep their cars on the bottom of the track to avoid getting shuffled to the back of the field. Matt Shinoski led Donnie Moore … Read the Rest »

Brown Goes Flag-to-Flag at Concord

April 26th, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

The Bootleg Racing League traveled south to Midland, NC to compete on the “mini” tricky triangle, better known as Concord Speedway.  Concord is truly one of the more interesting and difficult tracks on the Bootleg Racing League schedule with a three turn layout reminiscent of a miniature Pocono or Phoenix.  If you speak to the … Read the Rest »

Hoose Snags Second Win of 2016

February 2nd, 2016 by Chris Wolfson

The Bootleg Racing League rolled into Maine for round three at the 3/8 mile Oxford Plains Speedway.  Matt Hoose was off to a strong start for the 2016 season and brought a 1 point lead into the third round over Brian Neff.  Oxford Plains would prove to be a formidable challenge for the field with … Read the Rest »

Hullum Escapes Oxford

December 20th, 2013 by

The oh, so dreaded Oxford Plains Speedway hosted the SK Modified Series drivers for Week Five of 2013 S4. With the mid-way point of the season approaching now was the time for the sim-racers to get their fingers out and try to grab some extra points. In the 2121 Strength of Field event, Trent Hullum … Read the Rest »

Sprints at Oxford Anything But Plain

August 27th, 2013 by

Oxford Plains Speedway is one of iRacing’s most popular short tracks in its service. With no retaining walls save for the front stretch around this .375 mile oval, sprint car racers are hard-pressed to concentrate and hit their marks as they churn laps averaging 14 seconds. With the low groove the quickest yet most treacherous … Read the Rest »

Binder Remains On Throne With Eighth iSCS Championship

August 6th, 2013 by

The last time we checked in with the iRacing.com Sprint Car Series, four weeks remained in the second season of 2013. Sprint car veterans Vinnie Sansone and Fred Lampela were almost in a dead heat at the top of the championship standings, and quite a rivalry had developed between the two during their battles. Defending … Read the Rest »

Rosenow Reigns at Oxford Plains

June 12th, 2013 by

Burris and Majeski Reignite Battle Oxford Plains is an interesting short track with great history and a unique layout. One way in which this track is different is that it does not have an actual straightaway and so requires drivers to continuously turn left. It is also different in that on the outside lane on … Read the Rest »

Get to Know . . . Derek Crone

April 22nd, 2013 by

This week, I interviewed one of the lead drivers in the youth movement on iRacing.com. Born on March 19, 1996, this iRacer has worked his way from the very bottom to the very top, from hitting the curbs at Oxford Plains Speedway in the Legends car, to racing in the NASCAR iRacing.com Series World Championship … Read the Rest »

Buie Shows his Legs at Oxford

April 7th, 2013 by

Week Nine of the NASCAR iRacing.com National Series visited the unique short track located in Oxford, Maine, none other than Oxford Plains Speedway. Oxford Plains is not your typical oval course. Though it has four turns, the track is more of a circle than an oval. The wide line required to keep maximum speed at … Read the Rest »