What date is the Oxford 250?

What date is the Oxford 250?

We look forward to welcoming you back to next year’s 47th Oxford 250! August 28-30, 2020. NAPLES, ME (July 12) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President and Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce the 2019 Grand Marshall for the Oxford 250.

How much does Oxford Speedway cost?

Admission prices are: Adults £10, Concessions £7, Children (aged 12-16) £3, whilst accompanied children under 12 are free.

What time is the Oxford 250?

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Saturday JUNE 11 6:00 PM
Sunday JUNE 12 1:30 PM
Friday JUNE 17 7:00 PM

Is Oxford Speedway coming back?

SPEEDWAY is tonight set to make a sensational return to Oxford Stadium after a 15-year absence.

Who owns Oxford Greyhound Stadium?

Risk Capital Partners
Oxford Stadium

Owner Risk Capital Partners
Operator Kevin Boothby
Surface Sand
Construction
Opened 31 March 1939

Who owns Oxford Plains Speedway?

Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3/8 mile racetrack located in Oxford, Maine….Oxford Plains Speedway.

Location 877 Route 26 Oxford, Maine
Owner Tom Mayberry
Opened 1950
Major events HP Hood Oxford 250
Oval

Is the Oxford 250 televised?

The 47th Annual Oxford 250 is moving forward as scheduled at Oxford Plains Speedway, and fans worldwide will be able to enjoy the prestigious event via a pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.

Who owns Oxford Speedway?

Tom Mayberry
Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3/8 mile racetrack located in Oxford, Maine….Oxford Plains Speedway.

Location 877 Route 26 Oxford, Maine
Owner Tom Mayberry
Opened 1950
Major events HP Hood Oxford 250
Oval

Who owns Oxford Stadium?

Firoka Group companies
The stadium is officially owned by one of Kassam’s Firoka Group companies, and hosted its first football match on 4 August 2001. The game was a friendly match against Crystal Palace, which Oxford won on penalties following a 1–1 draw, and Paul Powell scored the club’s first goal at the ground.

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