Altoona Speedway

Located 12 miles north of Altoona at Tipton, Altoona Speedway as a 1.25 mile wood oval with 32 degree banked corners built by Jack Prince and Art Pillsbury. It was operational between the 4th September 1923 and the 7th September 1931, but was destroyed in a fire on the 19th May 1936. Howard Wilcox, Joe Boyer and Ray Keech were all killed at the track.

In 1935, a 1.125 oiled dirt oval was built on the site, which hosted seven races over the next five years. After World War II, a 1/4 mile track was built in the infield, and this was active until 1952. It has since been covered by industrial buildings.