This speedway was built by an unknown group on the outskirts of Bridgetown, It was claimed at the time that this track was going to be the be all and end all of all South West speedway tracks, The track was laid and the spectator mounds were pushed up, all indicated the venture was going to be a success.
The venue was officially opened on its opening meeting by Sir David Brand.
It is believed that this opening meeting was the only meeting held and the track later closed It is unknown at this time as to why the venture never continued.
Allan Worrol recalls: I can remember racing at that opening meeting in a Honda four Formula, A lot of effort had gone into the venue but the track surface was not very suitable with slick wet and dry dusty sections causing engines to over rev and blow up, I finished second on the day to another driver who's engine threw a rod in the second heat a didn't finish the day, apparently the championship race was the first event, all in all a great day.
2014 - BRIDGETOWN SPEEDWAY LOCATION
The speedway track was next to the South West Highway on the outskirts of Bridgetown heading towards Greenbushes.