Regardless of the possibility that you do figure out how to discover photographs of old advertisements for races out at the some of these tracks, they simply have off of such-and-such interstate recorded as the track address. There are as yet a few Texas tracks I haven’t figured out how to discover, either due to unclear locations or no locations by any stretch of the imagination. In the event that you post screenshots of specific ones, attempt to get only the track in there with the goal that others can go appreciate scanning it out for themselves.
- Often, tracks that closed in the 1970s and ‘80s or earlier have few records on the internet—records about wins, races, speeds and even track addresses.
- Even if you do manage to find photos of old ads for races out at the some of these tracks, they often just have “off of such-and-such highway” listed as the track address.
- Search “closed tracks in [whatever area you want]” and see what you can find.
“So, I challenge you: how many obscure ghost tracks can you find on Google Maps?”