1915 - STATE FAIR PARK RACEWAY
In 1915 the Nebraska State Fairgrounds were used for the first time for motor racing, In the period from 1915 through to the outbreak of World War two, Fans would pack into the fairgrounds to watch this spectacle of brave drivers in these mechanical monsters charging around the track faster than the best horses they had ever seen, At times peaking at around thirty thousand spectators.
1946 - STATE FAIR PARK RACEWAY
In 1946 after the world wide ban on motorsport had been lifter, The Nebraska State Fairground was back in the business of motor racing, By this time stock car racing was booming.
Over the years the popularity of speedway was falling away and in 1977 the Fairground Board decided to swap race car for horse racing, The Fairground closed as a speedway.
1994 - STATE FAIR PARK RACEWAY
In 1994 Speedway returned to the Fairground in the form of Stock Cars and Modified's, racing on a smaller track within the main arena, Racing continued through to 2009 when the Fairgrounds were once again closed to Motor Racing.