New Castle Indiana Track length: 0.3 miles
Mt. Lawn was home to the Mutual Racing Association in the 40's and had such stars as Kenny Eaton, Johnny Arnold, Red Renner, Ralph Stover and Dick Frazier. Frazier drove a roadster powered by a flat head Ford V-8 and held the worlds record for a half mile set at Winchester Speedway. Some of the more notable competitors at Mt. Lawn include Jim Rathmann, Dick Rathmann and Pat O'Conner in the 50's and the latest star was Tony Stewart who drove a midget in 1995.