Watkins Glen International is one of the country’s most famous and challenging road racing circuits. Located just south of the Seneca in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, you can find The Glen tucked in between local vineyards and woodlands. The 550-acre facility currently features three track configurations, plus paddocks, garages, grandstands, media center, dining, shops and camping facilities.
In the world of motorsport racing, VIRginia International Raceway (VIR) is legendary as one of the country’s first permanent road racing circuits. Located at the Virginia-North Carolina border, VIR features 1,300 acres of world-class facilities and resort club amenities just an hour’s drive from the Raleigh-Durham metro area.
The rolling hills and lush forest are home to a 3.27-mile road course, as well
Pittsburgh International Race Complex is a favorite destination of motorsports fans in Western Pennsylvania. Located just 45 minutes northwest of downtown Pittsburgh, “Pitt Race” is tucked into the scenic rolling hills of Wampum, Pennsylvania. The 427-acre facility features three track configurations for race cars, sports cars and motorcycles, plus kart racing, driver training and autocross amenities.
Pitt Race Track Feature: History
The idea for
MotorSport Ranch is a first of its kind country club for HPDE motoring enthusiasts located in Cresson, Texas, about 14 miles south of Fort Worth. The 304-acre facility features three road racing courses for sports cars, race cars and motorcycles.
History of MotorSport Ranch
MotorSport Ranch pioneered the concept of combining a country club with a racetrack, in place of the typical golf course.
Road America is a permanent course located near Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. The circuit opened in 1955 and still has its original track configuration. Today, the circuit hosts more than 600 events annually.
History of Road America
After World War II, races were commonly run on public streets around the country, including Elkhart Lake. After legislature banned racing on public roads, organizers joined together
Circuit of The Americas is world-class motorsports and entertainment destination located outside of Austin, Texas. It features a 20-turn, 3.41-mile racetrack that was built to challenge even the world’s best drivers.
History of Circuit of The Americas
Construction of Circuit of The Americas began in 2010 and officially opened on October 21, 2012. It was the first circuit in the United
Sebring International Raceway is located in Sebring, Florida – about 90 miles from Tampa, Orlando and the Palm Beaches. The circuit is known for its endurance race, the 12 Hours of Sebring, but also hosts drag, club and HPDE events.
History of Sebring
Sebring International Raceway is one of America’s oldest road racing tracks. The legendary circuit evolved from Hendricks Field,