Started going to Ipswich Stadium in 1967, it used to be "packed to the rafters" in those days. It was home to the British Superstox Championship in those days. We used to get there on a Friday and put the tent up (we had sunny summers then), stroll around the pits and go to the large marquee behind the home staight, fantastic days. Apart from the Spedeweekend, racing was on a Sunday afternoon.
Although Wimbledon Stadium was the finest, Ipswich was larger with a 1/4 mile raceway and held mega fast races with Derek Fiske 304 being one of the fastest in his beautiful silver Superstox.
Oh i miss those great days.
Foxhall Stadium is the home of stock car racing in Ipswich - it's the home of the National Hot Rod World Championship which is held in the month of July. Stock car meetings are normally held on Saturday evenings.
It is also the home of Ipswich Witches Speedway team, who usually race on a Thursday evening.
The Stadium is easy to find with plenty of parking. Entrance fees to the Stadium varies.
The food at the various catering outlets is ok, but nothing special.
The Stadium consists of an oval surrounded by terracing. There is a grandstand but its nothing special.
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