Auto Club Speedway
A two mile D-shaped asphalt oval superspeedway in Fontana, CA (formerly known as California Speedway).
Opened in 1907 in England, Brooklands hosted its last race in 1939 and today part of it forms the Brooklands Museum, a major aviation and motoring museum as well as a venue for vintage car, motorcycle and other transport-related events.
Daytona International Speedway
Home of "The Great American Race" - the Daytona 500.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The highest capacity sports venue in the world, and home of the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
A 1,200-acre complex of multiple tracks, including the 1.5 mile asphalt superspeedway.
Lime Rock Park
A natural-terrain road racing venue located in Connecticut's northwest corner.
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
In Salinas, CA, previously known as Laguna Seca Raceway. The famous Turn 8 and 8A combination, popularly referred to as the Corkscrew, is considered one of the motorsport world's most challenging turns.
Mid America Motorplex
In Iowa, southeast of Omaha, NE, a relatively safe track for people to learn to drive their cars at high performance driving events. Maximum speeds are around 120 mph.
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Located 60 miles north of Columbus and 75 miles south of Cleveland, the track hosts locally, regionally and nationally sanctioned racing events for amateur, club and professional drivers and riders.
Miller Motorsports Park
Located 35 minutes from Salt Lake City in Tooele, UT and hosting many of the world’s most significant racing series, including the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, Pro Motocross, and NASCAR.
A motor racing complex located about 30 miles southeast of Nashville. The track was built in 2001 and is currently closed to all competitive events.
National Speedway Directory
A racetrack locator.
A four mile, 14-turn circuit located midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay, WI.
340 days of racing activity each year, including the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing and the IZOD IndyCar® Series. (Formerly known as Sears Point Raceway.)
Thunderhill Raceway Park
In Willows, CA, one hour south of Redding, home of the longest automobile race in the United States - the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.
VIRginia International Raceway
Recently chosen as one of Car and Driver Magazine’s top six road courses in the nation. A multi-purpose road course in Alton, VA offering professional and amateur auto and motorcycle racing.
Watkins Glen International
In addition to holding major NASCAR and SCCA events, this NY racetrack also hosts one of the nation's premier vintage events, the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix.