New Jersey Motorsports Park’s Thunderbolt Raceway is available as a technical track. iRacing’s technical tracks are completely drivable tracks that are incomplete in terms of artwork. Although technical tracks are not used in official iRacing series, they are available for hosted races, league races and test sessions.
Located adjacent to a former US Army Air Corps fighter pilot training field (now Millville Municipal Airport), New Jersey Motorsports Park pays homage to its legacy by naming its featured circuit for the legendary Thunderbolt (P47) World War II fighter plane.
Opened in 2008, Thunderbolt Raceway has hosted numerous professional sports car and stock car racing events sanctioned by IMSA, GRAND-AM and as well as motorcycles in the form of the AMA’s Pro Road Racing Series. Although the Thunderbolt layout has a number of variations, the primary configuration is a 14 turn, 2.25 mile circuit featuring a long start/finish straightaway and the challenging “Jersey Devil” turn.