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Local Tracks

Yes, big time racing does visit the tri-state area.  But, you need to know where to look.

 

Below is a list of the major tracks in the area and links to their websites.  Let this be your first stop when you want to go see some serious racing cars in person.

 

 

This is only on here because it would be a dream come true to have F1 race so close to home.  Even if they do sound like deisels, now.

Vintage racing, Car Clubs, and the Skip Barber Racing School all visit or are based at this historic track.  I hope that the USCCR sees the error of its ways and put Lime Rock on next year's schedule!

Pocono Raceway is an oval, but it has 3 road courses that use parts of the oval, and they just spend a lot of money to upgrade everything.

 

It hosts two NASCAR races and the IndyCar series has made a return after being away since 1989.  Both series put on great shows.

 

SCCA runs here a lot, and the Bertil Roos F2000 racing school is based here.

The fastest and quickest racecars in the world visit New Jersey every summer.  While the sight is amazing, the sound is beyond beleif!  Every racing fan must make the pilgrimage to see the top fuel cars at least once in their life.  Then plan to go back.

New Jersey Motorports Park is a new facility way down by Cape May.  The Grand Am series went there, but its not on the USCCR schedule.  The AMA Superbikes still visit, and they are a great sight to behold.  Definitely something to scratch off the bucket list.

You talk the talk, but are you ready to walk the walk?  This is where you find out.  How do F1 and IndyCar drivers stay sharp in the off season?  Kart racing.  You can do it here, and they will start the kids as young as 5 years old!

This a great dirt oval to visit if you are down the shore for the weekend.  They mostly run modifieds, but sprints and midgets do visit each year.

This dirt oval is not a far drive from the city or northern Jersey.  If you have never seen a dirt oval, it is definitely worth your time.

Wall Stadium is a paved oval that is less than a mile from the Parkway  (What exit?  98).  Aside from NASCAR modified style cars, Formula D visits here one weekend a year.

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