Capital Raceway/Labatt Raceway/Budweiser Motorsports Park

A 3/8 mile clay oval with 9 degree banked corners and 3 degree banked straights. At a cost of C$4,000,000, Capital Raceway was built in 1991 next to Edmonton International Airport. However, by 1997 the track was in receivership, and it was purchased by Rob Reeves together with 10 local racers and businessmen. A long term lease was signed with the airport, and the track was reopened in the spring of 1998 as Labatt Raceway.

In the Autumn of 2000, Rob Reeves and fellow Tim Boychuk bought out the other directors, and for 2001 the track was renamed Budweiser Motorsports Park. It also features a drag strip and motocross track.

How to get there

Budweiser Motorsports Park is located just south of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. From Hwy 2, go west on Hwy 19 for two miles. The Bud Park facilities are on the south side of Hwy 19.