Edgewood Superspeedway

Edgewood Superspeedway in New Berlin, WI, otherwise known as "The Edge" was the second track added to the IndySlotCar Series after the original track, The Shrine. Built and owned by IndySlotCar Hall of Famer Jim Kaehny, "The Edge" became the home of the HO Indy 500 as well as the annual Turkey Trot race held every November on the track's "Inside Edge" infield road course. Later the track would be moved to St. Francis under new owner Dan Margetta and become known as South Shore Superspeedway. The series raced on "The Edge" several times each season early on when there were only a few tracks. It was part of the schedule from 1994-2005.