Sick 66 Tracks announced!!

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Sick 66, a new eighth-mile drag and drive event covering more than 1000 miles will trace a historic path along Route 66 in mid October 2023.

Scheduled at nine days, from October 10 to October 18, the event promises an unparalleled experience for participants, encompassing SIX renowned tracks and over 50 checkpoints. This exclusive event is similar to Death Week, as it will only happen one time. 

Potential Route Stops

Beginning at Ozark Raceway Park in Rogersville, MO and concluding either at Alien City Dragway in Roswell, NM or Albuquerque Dragway in Albuquerque, NM, this event will see participants racing at prestigious tracks such as Mo-Kan Dragway, Tulsa Raceway Park, and Amarillo Dragway throughout the 1000+ mile journey. Along the route, participants have the opportunity to explore renowned landmarks like the Birthplace of Route 66 Roadside Park in Springfield, MO; the Blue Whale in Catoosa, OK; Pop’s Soda Ranch in Arcadia, OK; and the Tower Conoco Station in Shamrock, TX, famously showcased in Ken Block’s Gymkhana 10.


The tentative track sequence includes:

October 10 – Ozark Raceway Park (tech and testing) – Springfield, MO

October 11 – Ozark Raceway Park – Springfield, MO

October 12 – Mokan Dragway – Joplin, MO

October 13 – Tulsa Raceway Park – Tulsa, OK

October 14 – Route 66 Drive Day – 

October 15 – Amarillo Dragway – Amarillo, TX

October 16 – Route 66 Drive Day

October 17 OR 18 – Albuquerque Dragway – Albuquerque, NM

October 17 OR 18 – Alien City Dragway – Roswell, NM

Mokan Dragway and Ozark Raceway Park

We’re thrilled to spot Mokan Dragway and Ozark Raceway Park among the listed tracks, as both venues hold significance for us. In April, we’ll be visiting these tracks for The Circuit 2024 event. Mokan Dragway has been a seasoned host for The Circuit for over five years, boasting more than 60 years of racing history along Route 66. This iconic track has witnessed numerous historic races throughout its storied existence. Meanwhile, Ozark Raceway Park welcomed drag and drive racers back in 2018 during the Rocky Mountain Race Week, contributing to its legacy as a premiere facility.

Stay tuned for updates on the final locations and stops along the historic Route 66 journey from the Sick the Mag team. Further updates will be provided as we find them.

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