Track maps

Year founded: 2003

Track Length: 2.38-mile road course

Turns: 17

Fun fact: The park includes the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum, which has been named “World’s Largest Motorcycle Museum” by the Guinness World Records.

Track website: BarberRacingEvents.com

Year founded: 1968

Track Length: 3.1-mile road course

Turns: 10

Fun fact: BIR’s mile-long straightaway doubles as a drag strip.

Track website: BrainerdRaceway.com

Brainerd Track Map

Year founded: 2012

Track Length: 3.41-mile racetrack

Turns: 20

Fun fact: COTA is home to the only Formula 1 and MotoGP races in the country, the United States Grand Prix and Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas.

Track website: CircuitOfTheAmericas.com

Year founded: 1957

Track Length: 2.5-mile tri-oval

Turns: 4

Fun fact: The track was designed to include 31-degree highbanks to allow for higher speeds and better visibility for fans.

Track website: DaytonaInternationalSpeedway.com

Daytona Track Map

Year founded: 1995

Track Length: 2.14-mile road course with four track configurations

Turns: 11

Fun fact: The course layout, considered to be among the safest in the nation, offers a full spectrum of driving situations: high-speed straights, short sprints, long sweeping corners, tight apexes, heavy and light braking and elevation change.

Track website: GingermanRaceway.com

Gingerman Track Map

Year founded: 1976

Track Length: 1.8-mile road course

Turns: 10

Fun fact: Hallett can be run clockwise or counterclockwise, adding to the technical difficulty of the course.

Track website: HallettRacing.net

Hallett Track Map

Year founded: 1993

Track Length: 1.5-mile oval, 2.21-mile road course

Turns: 11 for road course

Fun fact: The property is home to 1,005 palm trees of 15 varieties.

Track website: HomesteadMiamiSpeedway.com

Hallett Track Map

Year founded: 1957

Track Length: 1.50 miles

Turns: 7

Fun fact: Lime Rock’s circuit remains exactly the same as when it opened in 1957, despite extensive renovations in 2008.

Track website: LimeRock.com

Lime Rock Track Map

Year founded: 1962

Track Length: 2.258-mile road course

Turns: 13

Fun fact: More than 50,000 people have graduated from the Mid-Ohio School, a program that teaches defensive driving, high performance driving and performance track riding programs.

Track website: MidOhio.com

Mid-Ohio Track Map

Year founded: 1996

Track Length: 1.3 miles, 1.7 miles and 3.1 miles

Turns: 7, 11 and 16

Fun fact: MotorSport Ranch was designed as a country club for motoring enthusiasts, with the club centering around the 3-configuration course.

Track website: MotorsportRanch.com

Year founded: 2005

Track Length: 2.38-mile road course

Turns: 17

Fun fact: MSR Houston includes a road course, karting track, 180,000 square-feet of paddock space, 3,000 square feet of classroom, hospitality and meeting areas and two towers.

Track website: MSRHouston.com

MSR Houston Track Map

Year founded: 2013

Track Length: West circuit, 2 miles. East circuit, 1.1 mile. Grand Full Course, 3.15 miles.

Turns: West circuit, 13 turns. East circuit, 10 turns. Grand Full Course, 23 turns.

Fun fact: The NCM Motorsports Park is located across from the National Corvette Museum (NCM) and the Bowling Green Assembly Plant, where Corvettes have been made since 1981.

Track website: MotorsportsPark.org

NCM Track Map

Year founded: 1958

Track Length: 2-mile road course

Turns: 7

Fun fact: In 1968, the 24 Hours of Nelson Ledges became the only continuous 24-hour motorcycle race in the United States and was famous for running the Le Mans style start.

Track website: NelsonLedges.com

Nelson Ledges Track Map

Year founded: 2008

Track Length: 1.9-mile road course and 2.25-mile racetrack

Turns: 14

Fun fact: Near the Millville Army Air Field, NJMP named its two courses, Thunderbolt and Lightning, after WWII fighter aircrafts, the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt and the P-38 Lightning.

Track website: NJMP.com

NJMP Lightning Track Map
NJMP Thunderbolt Track Map

Year founded: 2009

Track Length: 1.8-mile and 2.75-mile road course

Turns: 16

Fun fact: NOLA Motorsports Park was designed by Alan Wilson, who also designed the Utah Motorsports Campus and Barber Motorsports Park.

Track website: NOLAMotor.com

NOLA Track Map

Year founded: 1960

Track Length: 2.25-mile road course

Turns: 9

Fun fact: Pacific Raceways is used as a training ground for law enforcement agencies throughout the Northwest, in addition to its road course and drag strip.

Track website: PacificRaceways.com

Pacific Raceway Track Map

Year founded: 1964

Track Length: 2.034-mile road course

Turns: 11

Fun fact: The track’s drag strip is one of six tracks in the U.S. built completely from concrete.

Track website: RacePBIR.com

Palm Beach International Track Map

Year founded: 2002

Track Length: 2.8-mile course

Turns: 19

Fun fact: The track began as the BeaveRun Motorsports Complex, but was renamed in 2011 after a switch in ownership.

Track website: PittRace.com

Pittsburgh International Raceway Track Map

Year founded: 1960

Track Length: 1.97-mile road course

Turns: 12

Fun fact: PIR was built on the remains of Vanport, a city built to house shipyard workers during WWII. The city was washed away by a flood in 1948, leaving only a street-system intact.

Track website: PortlandRaceway.com

Portland International Track Map

Year founded: 1991

Track Length: 1.78-mile road course

Turns: 10

Fun fact: More than 250 professional drivers have tested at Putnam Park Road Course, following the lead of LP Racing, a team that tested their Shelby Can-Ams in 1991.

Track website: PutnamPark.com

Putnam Park Track Map

Year founded: 2009

Track Length: 2.47-mile road circuit

Turns: 16

Fun fact: The road circuit has over 300 feet of elevation gain and loss per lap, including the 50 foot plunge down the Ridge Complex.

Track website: RidgeMotorsportsPark.com

The Ridge Track Map

Year founded: 1995

Track Length: 4.0-mile road circuit

Turns: 14

Fun fact: The track harnesses that area’s natural topography of ponds, large lakes and enclosed valleys, which were caused by a large glacier.

Track website: RoadAmerica.com

Road America Track Map

Year founded: 1970

Track Length: 2.54-mile road course

Turns: 12

Fun fact: Starting in 2019, Road Atlanta will become Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.

Track website: RoadAtlanta.com

Road Atlanta Track Map

Year founded: 1959

Track Length: 2.02-mile road course

Turns: 9

Fun fact: Events at Roebling Road are only open to participants and their crew. No spectators are allowed.

Track website: RoeblingRoad.com

Roebling Road Track Map

Year founded: 1950

Track Length: 3.74-mile road course

Turns: 17

Fun fact: Sebring International Raceway is America’s oldest road racing track, evolving from Hendricks Field, a World War II airbase.

Track website: SebringRaceway.com

Sebring International Raceway Track Map

Year founded: 1969

Track Length: Summit Point Circuit, 2 miles. Jefferson Circuit, 1.1 miles. Shenandoah Circuit, 2.2 miles.

Turns: Summit Point Circuit, 10. Jefferson Circuit, 14. Shenandoah Circuit, 22.

Fun fact: Summit Point’s Shenandoah Circuit is one of the most technical tracks in the country, as it contains a dimensional replica of the Nürburgring-Nordschleife’s famous banked Karussell turn.

Track website: SummitPoint-Raceway.com

Summit Point Track Map

Year founded: 2006

Track Length: 4.48-mile full course

Turns: 23

Fun fact: The track’s corner names are Sunset Bend, Dreamboat, Work Out, Scream, Black Rock Hairpin, Right Hook, Knock Out, Demon, Devil, Diablo, Indecision, Precision, Fast, Faster, Gotcha, Mabey Y’ll Makit, Satisfaction, Agony, Ecstasy, 1st Attitude, 2nd Attitude, Bad Attitude, Tooele Turn, Kink, Club House Corner, Wind-Up and Release.

Track website: UtahMotorsportsCampus.com

Utah Motorsports Complex Track Map

Year founded: 1957

Track Length: 3.27-mile full course

Turns: 17

Fun fact: The track was closed from 1974 until its reopening in 2000. It now uses a “country club” model with memberships to the track sold.

Track website: VIRNow.com

VIR South Track Map

Year founded: 1948

Track Length: 3.40-mile Grand Prix Course

Turns: 11

Fun fact: In the first few years, races passed through the heart of the town with spectators lining the sidewalks, before the location was moved to a wooded hilltop.

Track website: TheGlen.com

Watkins Glen Track Map

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