"Woodhull Raceway is a special place that has hosted dirt track racing for well over 50 years here in Steuben County. We want to thank all of our staff, racers, team owners and of course our faithful and loyal FANS who have supported our efforts at Woodhull since we took ownership in 2010. We continue to work hard each year and each week to make Woodhull something all of us can be proud of. Our family thanks you for visiting our website and we hope you will join us on Saturday nights for some of the best short track racing the Southern Tier has to offer."
-Ted & Brandi White
Woodhull Raceway was opened in 1965 by George Williams who with his two sons, Jim and Bob designed and constructed the track. 2018 will mark the 54th consecutive season of continuous race activity at the historic Steuben County New York facility now under the ownership and promotion of Harrison Valley businessman, Ted White.
In the 51-year history there have been only four different owners of the track, the Williams Family from 1965 thru 1997. Scott and Amy Drake of Lindley, New York from 1998 thru 2004, Vern Wasson of Jersey Shore, Pa from 2005 thru 2009 and current owners Ted and Brandi White starting in 2010.
The configuration of Woodhull Raceway is a very high banked one-third of a mile red clay oval. The “Paperclip” design of Woodhull, with its long straight a ways and highly banked tight turns, make it a very unique track to drivers and spectators alike.
Currently, Woodhull Raceway races 7 Regular Season Divisions of competition. Big Block Small Block Modifieds, Crate Late Models, Crate Sportsman, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks, 4 Cylinder Mini Stocks, Front Wheel Drives and a youth 4-Cylinder division called the Woodhull Warriors.
In addition, Woodhull plays host each year to a number of outside touring groups and special events including the Short Track Super Series Modifieds, Patriot Sprint Tour 360 Sprints, CRSA 305 Sprints, Crate Sportsman Modifieds, Crate Late Models & 270 Micro Sprints.
Woodhull Raceway is located on Steuben County Route 102, just off New York State Route 417, 20 miles west of Corning, NY, 20 miles east of Hornell, NY, 20 miles north of Lawrenceville, Pa and 20 miles south of Bath, NY.