While our home is in socal, we travel NATIONALLY
Located wherever you are
While we have our home bases at Willow Springs and Buttonwillow Raceway Park, we're often at tracks or private venues across the country. If you're interested in having us at another facility, our training or race team can offer you our full set of services. Below are some of the most popular tracks and locations we travel to.
Long Beach Street Circuit
Our home away from home, we've helped with the Celebrity Grand Prix at this track for over 25 years. Once a year, officials close the streets along Long Beach, California and turn it into a race track. Like any street circuit, it's tight, bumpy, and lacks any runoff. IndyCar and Formula E races take place there, and always pack plenty of action.
Brainerd International Raceway
Brainerd International Raceway is a 3.1-mile road course in the heart of Minnesota. It used to host Can Am, and thanks to an on-site drag strip, hosts an NHRA Nationals event every year. Discounting turn 1 (a flat kink), the track has the longest straightaway for a road course in the United States.
Lime Rock Park
Lime Rock isn't the most technical track on this list (it features just one left turn—the rest are right-handers), but there's a reason so many racing pros love it. It's one of those tracks that looks easy, but takes years to master.
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Mid-Ohio isn't world-famous, but it certainly rings a bell for club racers across the US. Full of challenging turns and stunning scenery, it's a must-go if you're a car enthusiast in America.
Thunderhill is located in Northern California, just two hours North of San Francisco. It's biggest configuration is over five miles long, featuring rolling hills and flat-out corners.
Barber Motorsports Park
Barber Motorsports Park is one of the newest tracks on this list, having opened in 2003. It's home to the IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama, and features some interesting sculptures, one of which can be seen above. The fast turns and wonderful changes in elevation make it a fun place for drivers of any skill level.
New Jersey Motorsports Park
As the name suggests, NJMP isn't just a single track—it's a collection of different tracks, including two road racing circuits (Thunderbolt and Lightning), as well as a karting track.
Pittsburgh International Race Complex
Nestled just 40 miles outside of Pittsburgh sits PittRace, a 2.8-mile, 19-corner track with several triple-digit corners and challenging slow sections. It was the perfect facility for comparing the legendary F1 GTR to McLaren's newest track special, the Senna.
Virginia International Raceway
VIR is famous for being one of the most challenging tracks in America. The fast turns and blind crests mean years of practice before you'll be able to set a perfect lap.
Though Sonoma Raceway (formerly Sears Point Raceway and Infineon Raceway) might not be as famous as some of the other tracks on this list, there's no denying its status as one of the most challenging, fun tracks in America.
Sebring International Raceway
Spectators and racers come from ends of the Earth to be a part of the legendary event that is the 12 Hours of Sebring. The endurance race has been run since 1950, always filled with cool cars and endlessly entertaining racing. And the track itself is so grueling that Le Mans teams use it as a torture test to prepare for the 24 hour race.
Daytona International Speedway
Though Daytona is best known for NASCAR's most famous event, the Daytona 500, we love it for its endurance race, the Rolex 24 Hours. Every year there's no shortage of action-packed battles and last-hour surprises.
Aside from Road Atlanta's rich history and awesomely fun layout, above all, it's just a really cool place to be. The scenery is fantastic, and the people there are all nice. Plus the track has a mile-long straight and a daunting, blind downhill right hander right by pit in. This is not a track for cowards.
Watkins Glen International
Though it doesn't host Formula 1 anymore, Watkins Glen remains one of the most important tracks in North America. Nestled deep in upstate New York in the Finger Lakes region, the circuit features tons of fast corners and big, wide open sections perfect for high-horsepower cars.
Circuit of the Americas
Circuit of the Americas (or COTA, for short) is current host to America's Formula 1 race. Like any other modern F1 circuit, it's full of high speed corners and lots of runoff. In a car with downforce, the speeds are incredibly quick. A highlight is the signature blind uphill first turn.
Some people still call Road America the center of road racing in North America. It also has everything that makes up a great track, like elevation change, long straights, a variety of corner types, and amazing scenery.
Located a few ours east of Los Angeles, Chuckwalla features a flowing, fun track. Not for the faint of heart, this track has no nearby amenities and is best for trailer/campining as the closest service is a 45 minute drive away.
A private members track, Spring Mountain is nevertheless home to many events and one we visit often with friends and customers. Featuring two layouts that can be combined and located just outside of Parahump, Nevada Spring Mountain is a 4 hour drive from Los Angeles.
Apple Valley Speedway
Apple Valley Speedway, formerly the Grange used to be a Kart track in the middle of Apple Valley. With the last mile to access it via dirt road, it's know known as the best drift / event track for informal events. You'll find night time drifting and a great combination of pros and new drifters, often with live music and a fun atmosphere sending it well into the early hours of the morning.