The 24 Hours of Lemons Race and the Turn One Track Day have been postponed till November 2-3-4 due to the weather.
North Carolina Motorsports Park is located in Henderson, North Carolina, just 45 minutes north of Raleigh / Durham and just 10 miles north of Louisburg.
The ‘practice track’ as it’s known is an absolute blast to ride. Its 3/4 mile layout features singles, a small double (with a bypass for those who would rather go around it), step-downs, a high speed sweeper, bowl turns, and a 40-foot tabletop located right next to the parking area – a perfect spot to get a pic of your rider getting some serious air.
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Welcome to Southern National Motorsports Park Located just outside of Kenly, North Carolina, Southern National Motorsports Park is Greenville and Raleigh's action attraction for racing excitement.
If you have the skills then we have the thrills. If you like to ride twisting, turning, & challenging trails Brushy Mountain is the place for you.
Gateway Motorsports Park (formerly Gateway International Raceway) is a motorsport race track in Madison, Illinois, just east of St. Louis, Missouri, United States, close to the Gateway Arch.It features a 1.25-mile (2 kilometer) oval used by the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and IndyCar Series, a 1.6-mile (2.6 km) infield road course used by SCCA, Porsche Club of America and various car ...
The Barber Motorsports Park is a 740 acres (300 ha) multi-purpose racing facility located in Birmingham, Alabama. It was built by George W. Barber, and includes the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum.It has been the site of the IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Alabama since the 2010 season. Barber is also the home of the North American Porsche Driving School
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Vintage Views is published 10 times per year and is the official journal of AHRMA. It contains reports on racing events and other happenings in the world of vintage motorcycling. On the cover: (Top left) Ian Oberholtzer at New Jersey Motorsports Park.(Photo by Etechphoto.com) (Right) Fred Habenicht steps up a section at the Donner Summit Two-Day Trial.