Mansfield Motorsports Park

Mansfield Motorsports Park (known as Mansfield Motorsports Speedway prior to 2007) is a half-mile oval racetrack located in Mansfield, Ohio, United States. Featuring moderately high banks and a wide racing surface, it is suitable for close racing and passing. The track hosts an ARCA RE/MAX Series race in 2009. It also hosted the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series from 2004 to 2008.

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