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Situated on 350 acres of gently rolling countryside, the Autobahn Country Club features two challenging road courses that, when combined, create the second longest racing venue in the US.
Autobahn Country Club
The Ford Michigan Proving Ground (MPG) of Romeo, Michigan sits on 3,880 acres (15.7 km²), and contains a total of over 100 miles (160 km) of roads. Utilized for durability and performance testing, these grounds also hold events like the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula car competition (FSAE) where teams from colleges and universities around the world compete in on design and performance.
Ford Proving Grounds
Located 90 minutes from Manhattan in beautiful Monticello, New York, the Monticello Motor Club comprising 4.1 miles of race-grade asphalt, built to test a formula racer, but designed to be safe for the club driver. The road course is set on 175 wooded acres of undulating terrain and incorporates:
• Grand corners in the style of great European tracks• Over 1.5 miles of straights, some of the longest in North America • Thrilling elevation changes • A total of 22 turns including hairpins, increasing, and decreasing radius turns
Monticello Motor Club
New Jersey Motorsports Park is located on 500 acres within easy driving distance of Philadelphia. Named after a WWII fighter aircraft, the “Lightning Raceway” is a 1.9-mile, 10 corner road course providing a fast and challenging drive experience.
**Please note** New Jersey Motorsports Park requires all guests to wear long pants while participating in track activities
New Jersey Motorsports Park
Walt Disney World Speedway is a racing facility located on the grounds of the Walt Disney World resort near Orlando, Florida, designed and built in 1995 primarily as a venue for the Indy 200 at Walt Disney World, an Indy Racing League event. Currently, the circuit's primary use is as a venue for the Richard Petty Driving Experience, and the Indy Racing Experience, programs that allows fans to drive or ride in real race cars.
Walt Disney World Speedway
Summit Point Motorsports Park features four road racing circuits that are used for amateur automobile, kart, and motorcycle racing, high performance driver education and emergency training for local and federal law enforcement.
Summit Point Motorsports Park
MSR Houston is a 17-turn 2.38 mile road course race track located in Angleton, Texas, where the racer and the motor sports enthusiast alike can come to experience the excitement of driving.
The Ridge Motorsports Park aims to be an important part of the city of Shelton, Mason County and the racing community. With lifelong ties to Mason County, WA, The Ridge Motorsports Group has been committed to reflecting the values that make the area so special.
The Ridge Motorsports Park
Auto Club Speedway, located 50 miles east of Los Angeles, is a 2-mile, D-shaped oval superspeedway, and site of the NASCAR Spring Cup Auto Club 400. The infield of the oval contains a 13 turn, 1.45 mile road course.
Auto Club Speedway
Located in the heart of the Bay Area on the island city of Alameda, Alameda Point (a former naval air station) is a neighborhood in transition. Creative reuse of military buildings and plans for new construction are in progress. Offering panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline, Alameda Point is home to historic buildings, important wildlife habitat, and a unique shoreline and open space landscape on the Bay.