The Winston Speedway in Montague, Michigan is known for hosting a variety of racing events, including the Michigan Dirt Cup, factory stock races, motorcycle flat track races and modified car races. The speedway also hosts a demo derby. Most of these events take place on the clay, semi-banked oval race track. Races are held each Friday night during racing season (May-September). The track caters to beginners as well as semi-pro racers.
The owner and operator of the speedway is Tom Sprague. Not only is he the current owner, but it he has also won a wide range of races at the track before purchasing it in 2006 from the Goodwin family. In 2010, Sprague won the UMP Dirt Car Racing Promoter of The Year award for helpng to get more people to the speedway. Sprague saw the number of visitors steadily increasing once he began to make significant improvements to the facility. These improvements focused on the driver experience at the track, making local racers want to enter the races at the Winston Motor Speedway. Fans have also noticed a difference in events after the improvements were made, making the speedway a fun weekend getaway to many locals in the region.