A List Of World Famous Car Racing Tracks

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Sports car racing is a motorsport that is watched and enjoyed by people. F1 is one of the most well-known among them as it is an event that is conducted across the globe. Like these events, the tracks used for them are equally popular, and often some of them are considered tourist destinations for various reasons by automotive sports enthusiasts. In this article, we have compiled a list of the best car racing tracks in the world; read on to know more about them.

Road America

As the name indicates, this car racing track in the USA is located near Elkhart Lake in Wisconsin. Its main feature is long straightaways that enable high speeds of car racing making it popular among drivers the world over. Due to this reason, Road America is used for hosting major American racing series like NASCAR, IndyCar, and IMSA.

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona is the most well-known American car racing track, and it hosts world-famous events like 14 hours of Daytona and the Daytona 500. Apart from this, there are public track days during which motorsport enthusiasts can go for High-Speed Driving Event (HPDE).

Circuit Of The Americas

Circuit of the Americas is a car racing track built for hosting the 2012 F1 racing in the USA. It has all the essential features required for an F1 racetrack, i.e. elevation changes, big straightaways, and fast curves.

Nürburgring Nordschleife

This is a world-renowned, legendary car racing track, and it is also known as the Green Hell. It is 21 kilometers in length and has 154 corners that include almost all types of turns making it challenging for motorsport drivers.

Spa-Francorchamps

This a charming car racing track located in the Ardennes countryside, and it is the home of the Belgian Grand Prix. It is famous among F1 fans because of its place in F1 and motorsport history. This track’s features are stunning scenery and corners like Eau Rouge/Raidillon complex.

Suzuka

Suzuka is the current location of the Japanese Grand Prix, and the unique feature of this racetrack is a figure of eight layouts. It is a quick track with various types of corners, including the renowned 130R, Degner curve, and ‘S’ curves. Apart from this, this track has witnessed historic F1 moments like the 1989 collision between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost.

Tsukuba Circuit

This car racing track is in the north of Tokyo and has been featured in Best Motoring Video. It is popular for its fast and tight corners making driving a fun experience.

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