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High Banks Hall of Fame and National Midget Racing Museum - Belleville, KS


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 About the High Banks Hall of Fame & National Midget Racing Museum

Location: P.O. Box 264, Belleville, KS 66935
Phone: (785) 527-2526
Museum Hours: Winter:(Oct 1-May 31) Wednesday-Sunday 11am-4pm; Summer: (Jun 1-Sep30) Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm. Also by appointment.
Admission: Donation

The "Belleville High Banks" has brought exciting races to the "Crossroads of America" for over a century. This track, famed as the "fastest 1/2 mile dirt track in the world," has brought the top drivers from all around the world to compete. To recognize the long lasting tradition and prestige of various racing events held at the track, the "High Banks Hall of Fame and National Midget Auto Racing Museum" was built. We strive to honor and remember racing personalities, memorabilia, and display race cars that influenced the historic racing community.

The museum is located in the heart of North Central Kansas, where the long lasting racing tradition is recognized each July. The "Belleville Midget Nationals" continues each summer as one of the nation's biggest and richest midget races. Past, current and future racing stars use the "Belleville Midget Nationals" as a stepping stone to our nation's top racing circuits like the Sprint Cup and the IRL.

The Hall of Fame hosts a "National Midget Auto Racing Museum" to honor the greatest midget drivers in racing history. The museum pays tribute to the famous track and the legends that made it what it is today.