New track layout for 2023
We love all tracks, but the hospitality can’t be beat here!
On this 620 -acre site, NCCAR is home to a two mile bi- directional road course, a two acre vehicle dynamics area, seven acre dirt facility and a 3 miles of dirt trails for trucks or side by sides. Full showers, paddock with lot’s of electricity and run by the the best track – Sam True. Let’s not forget Rich and Kenny and all the corner workers….they make this track feel like home (literally)! This track has incredible specs for GRIP as it serves as a R&D facility also. MotoGladiator was born here. Load your bike and come join us!
New Jersey Motorsports Park is located on 500 acres immediately adjacent to the Millville Municipal Airport, a location that was dedicated in 1941 as America’s First Defense Airport, which played a key role in the country’s World War II military efforts. NJMP is one of only a handful of facilities in the world housing two circuits that can be operated simultaneously. The tracks both feature many elevation changes, along with lengthy front straightaways. Thunderbolt Raceway featuring 2.25 miles of asphalt, 12 challenging turns, a one half mile straightway and approximately 40 acres of full service paddock space. Amenities on this circuit include concession buildings, event garages, twenty (20) VIP Suites, banquet rooms, and a three (3) story timing tower with media center. Lightning Raceway– 1.9 mile northern circuit. This 10 corner circuit is fast and challenging featuring some of the most interesting and dramatic corners and elevation changes in the park.
“Summit Point Circuit” opened in 1969. This 10-turn, 2.0-mile (3.2 km) road course that features a 2,900-foot (880 m) main straight. This is the favorite circuit for many and it’s fast. A popular circuit for CCS Racing they hold events here also. The Shenandoah Circuit is a 2.2-mile (3.5 km) road course that first opened in 2005. It is a no holds barred technical challenge that will take years for drivers to master. The track contains a dimensional replica of the Nürburgring-Nordschleife’s famous banked Karussell turn complete with 20 degrees of banking. This track will make you work to hone your skills. Many riders believe if you can ride this track, you can ride any. EvolveGT will do training here also for it offers everything for novice to experts. The corners contain both positive and negative camber as well as increasing and decreasing radius turns with vertical drops. Shenandoah Circuit is truly one of the most technical tracks in the country.
Full Circuit at Pittsburgh International Race Complex is 2.8 miles in length with 19 corners. There is enough elevation their to keep a smile on your face all day. This was already and incredible track, now with new asphalt for 2017 -even better. MotoAmerica will be having a round there this year also! Wide, fully-paved paddock areas are located on the North and South tracks and are easily accessible from all tracks and comfort facilities. 120-volt, 50-amp electrical service is available throughout the facility.
Virginia International Raceway VIR is a world class track that everyone enjoys riding. Virginia International Raceway is a flexible raceway, offering the motorcycle racing for the new learners and the experienced ones. Elected as one of the Car and Driver Magazine’s world-class six road courses in the country, this is famous for organizing various track events. It witnesses the tens of thousands of spectators for some amazing race events every year. Its arduous Esses and acute elevating turns will not only magnetize the fans and the racers, but is also recognized as one of the prominent spots for testing in the automobile industry sphere. There are 4 configurable circuits – North, Patriot, South and Full. MotoAmerica will be at this track also and is always a good event to attend. Experience what some training is all about at our track days here.
NCM leadership brought in track designer Alan Wilson (Miller Motorsports Park, NOLA Motorsports Park, Barber Motorsports Park and others) as a consultant, along with others who determined that more property would be needed to make this the world-class facility it had the potential to be. A total of 184 acres were eventually purchased and as member support grew, so did the momentum and excitement. Track designer Steve Crawford (Thunder Hill, Ridge Motorsports Park) was hired to design the road course with input from Corvette Racing, resulting in a multiple, reconfigurable, track layout with features from Le Mans, making the NCM Motorsports Park the track that every motorsports enthusiast would want to drive.
Carolina bliss…southern adrenaline!
Carolina Motorsports Park was developed by a group of enthusiasts and racers from the southeast. Joe Hooker and Bob Humphreys played leading roles in getting the project built. Land acquisition was completed in July 1998 with construction starting soon thereafter. The track was designed by famed track designer Alan Wilson and the full 2.3-mile road course opened in July 1999.
Roebling Road Raceway is a 2.02-mile asphalt road course, 33 feet wide. There are nine corners for the main course and 12 corners when running the alternate-layout chicane. Located in the Georgia coastal region and a short drive from historic downtown Savannah, Roebling Road Raceway is only 10 minutes from Interstate 95 and 11 miles from the Savannah International Airport. The track is characterized by its towering trees and Spanish moss which give Roebling Road Raceway a relaxed low-country atmosphere a short drive from some of the best hotels, restaurants and shopping the east coast has to offer. Restrooms, showers, fuel and a timing loop – what more could you want. Join us for some fun riding and motorcycle training at Evolve GT!