MOTOR Austin Supporters!
Austin Area Race Tracks
If you love racing then you probably know about these tracks.
But if you missed this activity while pursuing a career
or raising a family it is never too late to return to your muscle car
or hot rodding roots.
Circuit of the Americas -
Austin, Texas. Circuit Of The Americas is a multi-purpose facility that will host the most prestigious
racing events in the world, including the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™. It is the first
purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the U.S. Built around a state-of-the-art 3.4-mile circuit
track with capacity for 120,000 fans and an elevation change of 133 feet, the facility is designed
for any and all classes of racing – from motor power, to human power. Circuit of The Americas is
ideally situated on a 1000-acre site in southeast Austin, approximately two miles from Austin
Bergstrom International Airport, with scenic views of downtown.
Austin, Texas. Driveway Austin is a unique motorsports training and entertainment complex
located in the heart of Austin, Texas. This state-of-the-art motoring academy brings a
European style and flair to Central Texas.
Centex Speedway -
Kyle, Texas. You can find fast and furious fun for the whole family at Central Texas Speedway,
a local track in Kyle, Texas. Central Texas Speedway features several classes of cars in
extreme side-by-side racing. The track is one of Texas’ best 3/8-mile, asphalt oval, short
tracks and there’s not one bad seat in the house. Get up close to the real action in the
general admission bleacher stands or experience the races in style by booking one of the
track’s recently renovated Suites. CTS is also a one-of-a-kind concert venue with many
Harris Hill Road (H2R) -
San Marcos, Texas. H2R is nestled in the hills of northeastern San Marcos, Texas.
The course is very easily accessible, sitting approximately three miles east of IH-35,
approximately 2 miles west of Texas Highway 21, and a little over 2.5 miles
from the San Marcos airport.
San Antonio Raceway -
Located in Marion Texas, just east of San Antonio on Interstate 10.
Little River Dragway -
Little River-Academy, Texas (near Temple).
Texas Motorplex.com -
Ennis, Texas. The Texas Motorplex is a quarter mile drag racing facility located in Ennis, Texas.
Built in 1986 by former funny car driver Billy Meyer, the Motorplex was the first
National Hot Rod Association "super track." Src Wikipedia
- Sealy, Texas. Lonestar Motorsports Park is located West of Houston on Interstate 10, just outside of Sealy,
Texas next to Hennessey Performance Engineering.
Texas Mile - Beeville, Texas.
The Texas Mile has grown rapidly since their inaugural event in October 2003. Participants come from all edges
of the United States, Canada and Mexico to test themselves and their motorized equipment on the fastest and
most challenging 1-mile track in the world. They achieve their top speed in 1-Mile and shut down in a 1/2-Mile.
This bi-annual Motorsports Festival is created for performance enthusiast - Welcoming Motorcycles,
Performance Street Cars, Race Cars and Land Speed Racers.
Texas World Speedway - College Station, Texas.
The historic Texas World Speedway is the premier road racing venue in the Southwest, hosting Races,
Testing, Driving Schools, Corporate Events and Film Shoots. TWS is one of only seven Super Speedways
in the USA and is the only Super Speedway in the Southwest. TWS's oval became known as
"The World's Fastest Speedway" when Mario Andretti set a world closed course speed record of
214.158 mph on October 6, 1973 while qualifying for an Indy car race. TWS is located on approximately
400 acres with direct access to Highway 6 south of College Station, Texas. In addition to the
two mile "D" shaped oval with 22 degree banking turns and 8 degree banking in the front of the
grandstands, TWS is a road racers favorite with 1.8, 1.9 and 2.9 mile high speed road courses.