- - NEXT NORTHEAST ADIRONDACK NATIONAL - 8/1/15 - $2,000 TO WIN - 360WT. FLAT HEAD
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Directions to the raceway: Take exit 17N on the Northway (I-87) South Glens Falls exit. If you are coming from the North, take a right off the exit onto Route 9. If you are coming from the South, also take a right off the exit onto Route 9. Proceed on Route 9 North until you come to a red light. Take a right onto 197 East. Follow until you come to Stewart's in Fort Edward. Take a left (4 North). Take a right at first red light (East Street). Follow until you come to 4 corners. Right across the road at the stop sign you will see a sign that says Turkey Trot Raceway (Mahaffy Road). Go straight across for about 2 miles and you will see another Turkey Trot Raceway sign. Take a right and follow road until you come to the sign in booth.
If you are coming from Vermont, Route 196 or 197 will bring you to (Route 42) which runs into Mahaffy Road.
If you are coming from the West, follow Dix Avenue until you come to the 4 corners (Cumberland Farms). Take a left and go over 2 bridges. Take your first right (Route 42) and follow until you see Turkey Trot Raceway sign on your left (Mahaffy Road). Take the left onto Mahaffy Road and follow until you come to another Turkey Trot Raceway sign on your right (about 2 miles). Take a right at sign and follow road until you come to the sign in booth.
- NEXT RACE DAY APRIL 11TH 2015- GATES OPEN AT 12:00 - PRACTICE AT 2:00PM
SEE YOU IN APRIL 2015
SCHEDULE NOW POSTED (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Welcome to the all new Turkey Trot Raceway website. We have updated and consolidated some of our pages to make it more convenient for you! Please feel free to browse around and some of our pages are still being worked on.
New for 2014 is a full Burris Tire Rule. Only Burris Tires will be allowed at the track. We are proud to be a Burris Racing family member.
North East Adirondack Nationals August 1st 2015
Rain Date August 2, 2015
Turkey Trot History
Owners Joe and Kate Maille started the track in 1992 as a practice track. Each year the track got bigger and bigger and suddenly we found ourselves opening the Turkey Trot Raceway. Joe has been around the racing circuit for 50+ years. His father was also a racer in the early 1950's. We are proud of the track that we built and hope you will join us in continuing our racing history