MECHANICSVILLE, Md. — The owner of Potomac Speedway, Jonathan Beasley, recently announced on social media that the Potomac Speedway will be closing its stock car racing by 2025. The announcement also noted how the future owner will be planning to focus primarily on dirt bike racing at the track.
The following post came from Beasley:
“Potomac Speedway has been open for 50 years. In three years, 2025 will be the last season for stock car racing at Budds Creek.
I am selling the track to my son Ezra, he wants to focus on strictly dirt bikes. We are turning it into a full-time Supercross track. I’d like to thank Denise for 25 of those 50 years, she has been a professional promoter of the speedway. Before the sale, I gave her a three-year lease so that you guys would have time to wind down. I want to thank the stock car racers and apologize to them at the same time.”