Circuit of the Americas features 5.5 Km of fast complex sections laid across hilly land. Expect to put your brakes through to the ultimate test with multiple short braking zones and fast exits. The circuit is much loved by the locals with every major event being sold out and a record attendance of 400,000 people in a single race weekend!
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Built in 1909, this circuit is the second oldest racetrack in the world and drenched in motorsports heritage. Everything around this area is completely absorbed by the passion for engines, speed, tyres and fuel. Indianapolis is well known for its high-speed ring, which feature extreme banking allowing for high-speed cornering. The track has evolved over the years and now features an FIA Grade 1 layout which is the home of the Indianapolis 8 Hour SRO, GT World Challenge by SRO. Become a part of this great tracks history books.
Watkins Glen International
Watkins Glen opened around 1956 and was built to host several racing events previously held in the nearby villages. It has been the home of the major racing disciplines for years and known as the “Mecca” of North American motorsports. Initially, the racing activity in this area was thanks to Cameron Argetsinger, whose family summer residence was placed in this area. This family collaborated with local authorities to start organizing racing events and gave life to the future circuit which has been part of the Unites States of America Grand Prix for years