Jukasa Motor Speedway Announces Passing of Co-Founder

Hagersville, ON —  It is with our deepest sympathy, Jukasa Motor Speedway announces the passing  of Co-Founder Ken Hill on January 18, 2021, at the age of 62.  


Ken Hill was also a prominent entrepreneur from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.  


It was Ken’s vision for the Speedway that led to the resurrection of the former Cayuga Speedway, that previously  hosted many of the world’s best stock car and open-wheel participants, such as Bobby Allison, Dale Earnhardt,  Rusty Wallace, Darrel Waltrip and Junior Hanley.  


After acquiring the former Cayuga Speedway in 2014, Ken’s goal was to once again become Canada’s premier racing  and entertainment facility. By all accounts, Ken fulfilled his vision to the delight of motor racing fans from across  North America.  


Ken had a true passion for racing, attended most events since the Speedway’s re-opening and frequently took the  time to speak with race participants and fans, often thanking them for coming to Jukasa Motor Speedway.  


Today and every day Ken will be missed by his Jukasa Motor Speedway family, racing fans and participants. Ken  was a true force of nature. His commitment to racing, kindness and generosity will never be forgotten.  


About Jukasa Motor Speedway  


Since re-opening in 2017 under the name Jukasa Motor Speedway, the 5/8 mile paved oval track, located in  Hagersville, Ontario, Canada, has earned the title of “Canada’s Crown Jewel” and is now the annual home of the  Canadian Short Track Nationals.  


-Jukasa Motor Speedway Press Release
-Photo Credit: Speed51 Photo

Jukasa Motor Speedway Announces Passing of Co-Founder