Atlanta Motor Speedway Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
Bristol Motor Speedway
Darlington Raceway Daytona Int'l Speedway
Dover Int'l Speedway Gateway Int'l
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Raceway Park
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Lowe's Motor Speedway
Mansfield Motorsports Speedway
Memphis Motorsports Park
Michigan Int'l Speedway
The Milwaukee Mile
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Texas Motor Speedway
Watkins Glen International
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Since being purchased by Bruton Smith in 1990, Atlanta Motor Speedway has become an ultra-modern, multi-purpose venue that has raised the bar of excellence. Amenities include a nine-story office/condominium complex, improved parking, over 53,000 additional permanent seats, a road course, a four-color electronic message center, a new ticket office and gift shop.
P.O. Box 500
Hampton, GA 30228
Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is a 2.518-mile road course located approximately 15 minutes from the center of Mexico City. The original Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez track was built in 1963 for Formula One events. That circuit raced at the facility from 1963 to 1970, and then returned to race there from 1986 through 1992. Racing has a rich tradition in Mexico. CART first raced at the facility in 2002. The three-day total attendance for the trackýs 2003 CART event was an astounding 402,413, with a crowd of 221,011 on race day. In June 1950, NASCAR Founder Bill France Sr. teamed with Curtis Turner to drive in the first Mexican Road Race. The 2,178 mile race was run from El Paso, Texas, across Mexico to Guatemala. Others participating in the event from the world of NASCAR included Bob and Fonty Flock, Raymond Parks and Red Byron.
Mexico City, Mexico 15850 52-55-5322-4500
Bristol Motor Speedway
Bristol, one of the shortest tracks on the Nextel Cup circuit, has the highest banking, making for an appealing combination for driver and spectator alike. Added to the schedule in 1961 and resurfaced from asphalt to concrete in 1992, Bristol's attendance has increased from 18,000 to well over 160,000 with the reconstruction of the speedway's backstretch.
151 Speedway Blvd., P.O. Box 3966 Bristol, TN 37625 (423) 764-1161
Situated on the site of the former Kaiser Steel mill approximately 40 miles east of Los Angeles, California Speedway is a great place to watch a race and experience the thrills of NASCAR. It is one of the premier auto racing venues in the country, hosting six major racing weekends, which includes the largest attended sporting event in the state.
9300 Cherry Avenue Fontana, CA 92335 (800) 944-7223
Chicagoland Speedway, which held Nextel Cup and Busch Series events for the first time in 2001, includes grandstand seating for 75,000 spectators, 37 luxury suites, on-site parking and camping areas and reserved long-term parking areas for recreational vehicles in the infield adjacent to the second and third turns.
500 Speedway Blvd. Joliet, IL 60433 (815) 727-7223
Every driver who has strapped on a helmet and climbed behind the steering wheel has wanted to win at Darlington because the toughest is most desirable. For those few select drivers who have won races at the granddaddy of superspeedways, there is a priceless satisfaction in knowing they've conquered the unique egg-shaped oval nicknamed "Too Tough To Tame."
P.O. Box 500 Darlington, SC 29540 (866) 459-RACE
Daytona International Speedway
Since 1959, Daytona International Speedway has hosted the Daytona 500, now the culmination of a two-week festival of speed known as Speedweeks. In early July, the track hosts the night-time running of the Pepsi 400. In addition to Busch Series and Craftsman Truck events, the track also hosts the sports-car Rolex 24 at Daytona, and motorcycle and karting events.
P.O. Box 2801 Daytona Beach, FL 32120 (386) 253-7223
Dover International Speedway
With a brand of racing that is as intimate as it is intense, there's no wonder why people continue to flock to "The Monster Mile." Dover, with seating for more than 140,000, is one of the most popular race destinations in the Northeast and hosts some of the biggest crowds to see a sporting event between New York and North Carolina.
P.O. Box 843 Dover, DE 19903 (800) 441-7223