The famous 3/10 mile short track where Ray Evernham and Martin Truex Jr raced before joining NASCAR. Changed since the early days Wall Township Speedway was once known as Wall Stadium, it's name became Wall Township Speedway in 2003 after being taken over by new management who removed the inner guardrail and paved the infield creating a bandolero track and a resort for drivers who's cars are wrecked. They also placed a steel guardrail on the turns of the racetrack to make the turns safer.
Wall Township Speedway hosts the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series, a NASCAR Featherlite Series Race, and a new for 2004 a Busch North Series race. It's biggest race is on Thanksgiving weekend and is known as the Turkey Derby and is like a mini Daytona 500