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Firebird International Raceway - CLOSED

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Firebird International Raceway - CLOSED

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20000 S Maricopa Rd, Chandler, AZ 85226-5206
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Faithtraveler3 wrote a review Apr 2015
Chandler, Arizona393 contributions47 helpful votes
Nice venue for the Lucas Oil Drag Boat races. We came on Sunday morning and there was still trash all over the stands and in the bathrooms and on the bridge over from the previous day. I do think this should have been cleaned up. Plenty of trash cans around on the main avenue. However, NO recycling cans. As a corporation, please let's help the Earth and lead in some green policies.
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arizonaac wrote a review Mar 2015
Phoenix, Arizona732 contributions953 helpful votes
I figured the parking would be a bit easier with such a small crowd of circa 5,000 but it was not the best. Once in the area it was wonderful. Having each ticket get you into the pits is really a nice way for the NHRA to build its fan base in my view. We stood down by the finish line and did not sit in our seats. It was fun to see all the different classes of cars there and the true motorsports racers. Of course the pros were the stars of the show but the mom and pop small guys really had some cool cars.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Janet T wrote a review Mar 2015
Chandler, Arizona16 contributions5 helpful votes
The new management has parking, shuttle service and ticket sales well thought out and well placed. They over-sold General Admission at the last NHRA National, but that just means we'll get reserved seats next time. The vendors are more organized, the midway was just as entertaining and the employees seemed to care about the guests - checking tickets, & directing traffic. There was shuttle service in the parking lot and ticket booths at both sides of the track. Very much improved! Only complaint -I couldn't find caramel corn!
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Dan M wrote a review Mar 2015
Golden, Canada554 contributions183 helpful votes
Nice facility, has changed hands and they are improving the place. Had fun watching the locals race on Friday night. Going to go to NHRA event next year
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Date of experience: March 2015
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Boaterdudeandwife wrote a review Mar 2015
North Carolina553 contributions79 helpful votes
The facility was under Firebird Raceway. Now, it's known as "Wild Horse Pass Raceway", owned and operated by the Indian tribe that also runs the Casino near by. As with previous name, ALL of the vendors are a rip-off operation, taking advantage of race fans with OVER PRICED drinks and food...American capitalism at it's worst. Raceway itself remains the same with ZERO improvements from previous owner, invocation is now done with Indian prayer which 99% of the race fans could care less about followed by some Indian song that many careless more than the invocation. Thanks for the race but, I'm not into that heritage stuffed down MY throat. I'll go back to the races again but, I just need to put up with all the heritage being shoved down MY throat again...Thanks, Wild Horse Pass.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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