• MSR Houston
    (Angleton, TX) – 2.38 Mile road track: The track with its 17 turns, its 2.38-mile length and 40-foot wide track combines a balance of slow, medium and high speed corners.
  • Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
    (Jennings, OK) – 1.8 Mile road track: Hallett has over 80 feet of elevation change and is considered Technically Difficult. It has wide, grassy run-off areas and zero concrete or Armco barriers. Hallett is unique in that it can be run in either clockwise or counter-clockwise directions, making it two completely different race courses.
  • Eagles Canyon Raceway
    (Decatur, TX) – 2.75 Miles / 15 Turns – both directions on all configurations. Double Apexes, Switchbacks, Carousels, Sses, Sweepers. Over 200 Feet of Elevation Change. 2000+ Foot Back Straight. One Trillion Feet of Driving Joy.
  • Circuit of The Americas
    (Austin, TX) – 3.41 Mile road track: Circuit of The Americas is the premier destination for world-class motorsports and entertainment in the United States. At its heart is a 3.41-mile racetrack that was designed to challenge the world’s most exacting competitors while providing a thrilling spectacle for audiences.