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Virginia International Raceway

December 21st, 2022 by

A motorsports Lazarus, Virginia International Raceway is a race track that came back from the dead. Born in 1957 during the initial blitz of U.S. road-racing circuit development, VIR was one of the major sports car racing facilities during the 1960s. Cobra legend Carroll Shelby won the inaugural race behind the wheel of a Maserati … Read the Rest »

Rudskogen Motorsenter

September 7th, 2022 by

For more than 30 years, Rudskogen Motorsenter has served as Norway’s oldest asphalt racetrack. Opened in May 1990, the track sits in an ideal spot for racing: not only does its forest terrain provide a scenic backdrop and ideal variation in elevation (nearly 140 feet), but the track’s southern location also enables it to stay … Read the Rest »

Lime Rock Park – 2008

May 21st, 2020 by

Legacy Track – Circa 2008 Nestled at the foot of the Berkshire Mountains in the northwest corner of Connecticut, Lime Rock Park is as picturesque for visitors as it is challenging for drivers. At a relatively short 1.53 miles in length, its layout is deceptively simple. Even professional drivers find it difficult to unlock the … Read the Rest »

Wild West Motorsports Park

June 5th, 2019 by

Sparks always fly in Sparks, Nevada when the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series makes its annual stop at Wild West Motorsports Park. With a stunning mountain backdrop, it’s one of the most visually unique tracks in short course, with a track layout to match. Wild West features four turns, two of which are proper … Read the Rest »

Tsukuba Circuit

December 4th, 2018 by

Tsukuba Circuit, located in Japan, was built in 1970 and is known for hosting sports car, open wheel and motorcycle races – and most notably Time Attack competitions. There are two main configurations, Course 1000 and Course 2000, with multiple variations of both. This makes the track a perfect fit for the iRacing base package … Read the Rest »

Charlotte Motor Speedway

December 4th, 2018 by

Opened in 1960 by Bruton Smith and NASCAR driving legend Curtis Turner with the running of the longest stock car race in history, the World 600, the Charlotte Motor Speedway closed before it would ultimately become the home track of so many NASCAR team. Just a year after the first race the 1.5-mile the oval … Read the Rest »

Limaland Motorsports Park

March 6th, 2018 by

One of Ohio’s favorite dirt tracks, Limaland Motorsports Park is known to locals as Northwest Ohio’s Quarter Mile of Thunder. The track is owned and operated by the University of Northern Ohio (UNOH) and host Friday night racing throughout the racing season. This offers the university students a unique opportunity to compete in professional level … Read the Rest »

Lanier National Speedway – Dirt

November 28th, 2017 by

Lanier was a typical southern dirt track when it opened in 1982. Five years later the 3/8-mile oval was paved, and its moderately-banked wide-open turns and fairly short straightaways made NASCAR-sanctioned Lanier National Speedway a good test for the track’s weekly racing divisions, among them Pro Late Models, open-wheel Modifieds and Legends Cars. Located across … Read the Rest »

USA International Speedway – Dirt

March 27th, 2017 by

A three-quarter mile, high banked oval, USA International hosted USAR, ASA, USAC races and a variety if Late Model events from 1995 to its closure in 2008. Located in Lakeland, FL the temperate climate, coupled with its relatively long straights and tight turns, made the facility a popular year round test track for a number … Read the Rest »

Southern National Motorsports Park

December 7th, 2015 by

In a little more than two decades, Southern Motorsports Park (aka Southern National Speedway) has earned a reputation as one of the premier short tracks in the Carolinas.  Opened in 1993, the banked 4/10 mile speedway near Kenly, NC became part of the NASCAR Home Tracks program as host to the Whelen Southern Modified Series … Read the Rest »