Pictures from Sandstone Speedway

Atco, NJ

Home of South Jersey QMA

GPS Coordinates: N 39 46.777' , W 74 49.657' , 190' above sea level (track)
N 39 46.601' , W 74 49.561' (Main Gate)

Welcome to Sandstone Speedway
Photo by Brian Curry.

Track Entrance. The South Jersey club is located on the grounds of Atco Raceway
Photo by James Lutz.

Pan-O-Ramic view of the track from the grand stands. Staging area is to the right, flag stand across the track. The starting lane is very wide. Safety lights are in turns 1 and 3.Click on image to see the big picture.
Photo by Brian Curry.

Overall view of track and scoring tower.
Photo by James Lutz.

Scoring tower sits up on stilts. No pressure treated lumber here, this tower and judge's stand sits on structural steel.
Photo by Brian Curry.

View down the front stretch. Track wall is double high Armco. Flagger's stand is up above the track.
Photo by James Lutz.

View down the back stretch.
Photo by James Lutz.

The Atco track uses speed breakers instead of the usual rub rail. Looks like the grass is worn away on the inside of the turn.
Photo by Brian Curry.

Close up of the track surface. The Jersey soil is very sandy compared to the typical dirt track clay.
Photo by Brian Curry.

Safety light in turn 3. 8" standard traffic light with visors removed. Sturdy mounting. A similar light is located in turn 1.
Photo by James Lutz.

Lights are controlled by a 4 position selector switch. Number 4 is off.
Photo by James Lutz.

Pit area.
Photo by James Lutz.

Hot chute entrance and track exit.
Photo by James Lutz.

Wall at track exit. Note the rounded end is well above the typical quarter midget bumper.
Photo by Brian Curry.

View from the staging area looking down the starting lane.
Photo by Brian Curry.

Close up of track wall at starting lane. Looks like a real bad place to bang your knee.
Photo by Brian Curry.

Nice roll-on, roll-off scales.
Photo by Brian Curry.

Track preperation equipment. So this is where old Chevetts go...
Click here to see more track preparation equipment.
Photo by James Lutz.

Let's see what the neighbors are up to this weekend.
They don't complain about the quarter midget noise :-)
Photo by James Lutz.

Jr. Honda racing at South Jersey QMA
Photo by James Lutz.

The End
Photo by Brian Curry.


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