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With a storied history behind itself, today the facility known as 81 Speedway, located in Park City, Ks, readies itself for its 59th year of hosting weekly dirt track auto racing events.
Built in 1954 on the outskirts of Wichita, Ks, the facility opened as Robbins Speedway and was a half-mile dirt oval. The speedway operated on Sunday nights for only four years before it was sold to Wichita businessman O.L. Douglas in 1958 who changed the name to its present 81 Speedway...