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The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial Website:

The Website was created to present the 48 years of great racing at the Westbury Oval.

About Jack E. Lee

Jack E. Lee was the track announcer at Roosevelt Raceway from 1968 to 1985. Known as the "Voice of Roosevelt," he also called races at Freehold and at Suffolk Meadows.

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About Memory Lane:

Memory Lane is a 5 Page Tribute Featuring The Excitement, Memories, And Fun Times At Roosevelt Raceway.

Welcome To The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial

Welcome To The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial Website. A Tribute To 48 Years of Great History, Excitement And Memories. The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial is Proud To Host Over 50 Pages of Photos, Multimedia Files, Audio Clips And Memories of This Great Racetrack. Check Out "The Winner's Circle", Featuring Horses At The Finish Line And/or The Winner's Circle. Plus, Visit Memory Lane And Relive The Memories And Excitement With A Special 5 Page Tribute.

10/1/2009
Hello Racing Fans!

We are in the process of renovating the website which should have a new layout very soon. Also, I have added a tribute to Jack E. Lee which features some videos.

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I will be adding more pictures. Thanks to all for your support. The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial Would not be possible without the Roosevelt Raceway fans and racing fans.

I also want to thank all of you that have sent photos. If you Have Any photos that You would like to add to the site, please feel free to do so. We Can always use more photos! Thanks as always for your help!

If Anyone Has Photos That You Would Like To Add To The Site, Please Send the Photos To: rooseveltraceway@yahoo.com

Thanks For Visiting The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial & Please Sign My Guestbook And Share Your Memories of Roosevelt Raceway

Christopher James
Webmaster & Founder
The Roosevelt Raceway Memorial

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Site Updated on 10/1/09