Havasu 95 Speedway is a 0.25-mile (0.40 km) paved oval racetrack located in the Special Activities and Recreation Area (SARA) at Lake Havasu City, Arizona. It is owned by Bill Rozhon and was opened in 1989. Havasu 95 Speedway operates under sanction of the American Speed Association (ASA) and is also home to the famous Waterless Boat Races.
The park itself, which is an 1100-acre regional park offers breathtaking view of nearby mountains, where Lake Havasu is situated. It caters to a wide variety of reactional activates and serves as venue for popular events like Winter Blast fireworks show. Havasu 95 Speedway operates under sanction of the American Speed Association (ASA) and is also home to the famous Waterless Boat Races. It has a vast hiking and mountain bike trails, which is perfect for nature lovers, hikers, and thriller-seekers. It boasts facilities like ballfields, dog park, rodeo, and fairgrounds, where visitors can go BMX and motocross racing, play roller hockey, use remote-controlled plane field to fly RC planes and even shoot arrows in the archery range.
Havasu 95 Speedway began as a clay oval. Its track construction alone took seven years. It hosted its first full season in March of 1989. However, when the clay ran out, they closed down. It has been operational only for seven years. In March of 1996 after the track has been paved, it reopened; but it closed again by 2000. In 2005, efforts were made to have it reopened; but it wasn't in 2006 when it reopened and hosted its first full season of racing. It is a host to NASCAR touring series event and Lucas Oil Modified Series race.
This site is truly historical and will serve as a legacy to a lot of Americans who love of nature trails and car races, The Havasu 95 Speedway will be celebrating it 10th year anniversary and it existence is owed to a lot to hundreds of racing fans who love to watch spectacular races between late models and modified cars.