Badlands Motor Speedway
Saturday, September 15, 2018 - 3:00 pm CT
Auction Location: 2012 S. Splitrock, Brandon, SD 57005
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to view the "Badlands Motor Speedway Overview" video.
to view the "Out of the Fields - The History of Huset's Speedway" video which outlines the history of this property.
This is a turnkey operation with just about everything you can think of included. Key assets include new concession equipment, PA systems, track maintenance vehicles, two 14’ x 48’ mega-digital billboards, almost one hundred billboard installations, plus much more! Recent renovations include the 8,300 seat aluminum grandstands, the newly-paved infield and walkways, redesign & refinished Turn 1 lounges, newly constructed driver services building, VIP Suite building and the new iconic 3-story Turn 4 Tower that provides the best view in dirt track racing, period.
There are several famous race tracks around the country, but the size and banking of BMS makes it unique and provides some of the closest and most competitive dirt track racing anywhere.
Badlands Motor Speedway is widely regarded as one of the top dirt tracks in the country. Opened in 1954, the Speedway has become a bucket list track for drivers from coast to coast. NASCAR stars Tony Stewart, Kasey Khane and Kyle Larson have all raced at the Speedway, as have Indianapolis 500 starters Roger Rager, Bryan Clauson and Steve Kinser. Badlands Motor Speedway has hosted several national touring series. The famed World of Outlaws and the United States Auto Club (USAC) both made stops on their national tour. The track also played host to the International Motor Contest Association (IMCA) and the United States Racing Association (USRA).
The seating capacity gives you the ability to bring in special events such as concerts, motocross, monster truck rallies, and many other racing or entertainment events. Concerts such as Willie Nelson, Weezer, Panic! At the Disco, and Rob Halford of Judas Priest have played to large sold-out crowds.
These events and renovations put this historic Speedway back on the map. Now it’s primed and ready for the legacy to continue in your hands.