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Cajon Speedway is 3/8 mile long with each turn banked from 5 to 12 to 18 degrees in a three groove parabolic style.
Two-mile D Shaped Super Speedway. Featuring 14 degrees of banking on the turns, 11 degrees down the front straight and 11 degrees on the back straight.
Champion Motor Speedway
Champion Speedway is located 30 miles south of Reno in Carson City, Nevada. From Reno - head south through Carson City on the Hwy. 395 - and then turn left at Snyder off US 395. Go southeast for 1 mile on Snyder - turn right on Bigelow (South) - and then look for the signs -- deadends in Raceway Parking Lot
Colorado National Speedway
Colorado National Speedway is a 3/8 mile paved oval with banking of 6, 9 and 12 degrees in the corners.
Daytona International Speedway
Douglas County Speedway
Douglas County Speedway – which was a .25-mile paved oval when it last hosted a NASCAR Winston West Series race in 1971 – was lengthened to a .333-mile oval, before being expanded again during its recent renovation to a "short half-mile."
Evergreen Speedway (.375)
Infineon Raceway Track Page
Sears Point Raceway is North America's most complete and versatile motorsports complex. The twisting and challenging 2.52 mile and 1.949 mile road courses and championship quarter-mile drag strip showcase the best in motorsports entertainment.
Located in Los Angeles county in Southern California, Irwindale Speedway is a 1/2-mile paved oval with blended banking of six, nine and 12 degrees in the corners and banking of six degrees in the straights.
1.5 mile tri-oval with banking of 15 degrees in the turns 10.4 degrees in the front stretch 5 degrees in the back stretch
Madera Speedway Track Page
Madera Speedway is a 1/3 mile ashpalt oval loacated at the Madera County Fairgrounds. They are a member of the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series and host races from the Supermodified Racing League, the United States Auto Club and the NASCAR Featherlite Southwest Series.
Magic Valley Speedway Track Page
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
Laguna Seca Raceway is a 2.238-mile road course with 11 turns of various degrees. The track hosted six NASCAR Winston West Series races between 1973 and 1981, with a 1.9 mile configuration,
Mesa Marin Raceway
Mesa Marin Raceway is a high-banked 1/2-mile paved oval with turns banked 17 degrees and seven degrees banking in the straights.
Phoenix International Raceway
Phoenix International Raceway is a 1-mile superspeedway with turns one and two banked 11 degrees, turns three and four banked nine degrees and two degrees of banking in the dogleg.
Pikes Peak International Raceway
Rocky Mountain Raceways
Featuring both a drag strip and a short track. The paved oval is a 3/8 mile track with 5 degrees of banking in the straights and a progressive banking of 7 to 11 degrees in the corners.
Sandia Motorsports Park
Sandia Motorsports Park consists of two paved ovals; a .25 mile flat oval inside a .45 mile banked oval, as well as a 1.65 mile road course.
South Sound Speedway Track Page
South Sound Speedway is a 1/3 mile paved oval located near Rochester Washington. Among the series visiting South Sound is the NASCAR NW Tour.