This page offers brief descriptions of race tracks used for Rocky Mountain Division SCCA road racing events. For more information on road courses across the country visit the SCCA or Trackpedia websites.

 

High Plains Raceway
official track website

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High Plains Raceway (HPR) is the newest road racing motorsports facility in the Rocky Mountain area. The course is 2.5 miles, 15 turns, 300 feet of elevation change per lap. Located one hour east of Denver. From I-70 eastbound exit 216 at Byers, head east on Highway 36 an additional 17 miles, the track will be on your left.

 

Pueblo Motorsports Park
official track website
scca track records
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Pueblo Motorsports Park (PMP) is a multipurpose racing facility, including a 2.2-mile road course and a drag strip, located near Pueblo in the high plains of southeastern Colorado. Pueblo is about 4,900 feet above sea level, in an area referred to as being 'semi-arid'.

Driving Directions: To get to the park from I-25, go west on Hwy 50 (exit 101) to Pueblo Blvd. Turn Left on Pueblo Blvd and the entrance is the first right turn off Pueblo Blvd.

Track Rental: Information, guidelines and schedule are on the PMI road racing message board here.

Contact: Earlene Theis (719)240-4132 ene5348[at]yahoo[dot]com.

 

Pikes Peak International Raceway
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Pikes Peak International Raceway (PPIR) is a former Indy/NASCAR 1 mile oval course with an additional interior road course. Pikes Peak International Raceway is just 20 minutes from Colorado Springs, access from points north or south is along I-25, using exit 122.

 

La Junta Raceway
official track website
scca track records
hot lap video

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La Junta Raceway is a short 1.5 mile 7-turn airport course near La Junta (4,100 feet) in southeastern Colorado. The raceway is adjacent to the La Junta Municipal Airport on Colorado Route 109 north of the city. It is part of the municipally-owned airport and has no permanent facilities.

Driving Directions: From I-25 take Highway 50 east (exit ?). Highway 50 becomes 3rd avenue in downtown La Junta. Turn left (north) on CO Route 109 and proceed about 4 miles to the airport entrance. Turn right into the airport, turn north (left) at the first opportunity, then left again at the intersection (near the UPS facility), then right right at the following intersection. The track entrance is marked on your left.

 

Sandia Motorsports Park
official track website
scca track records
hot lap video

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Located in the heart of central New Mexico approximately 14 miles from downtown Albuquerque, Sandia Motorsports Park is truly a unique multi-use racing facility. The 86-acre park includes two paved ovals (1/2 mile and 1/4 mile), a 1.7-mile road course that can also be used in a 1.1-mile configuration, a Motocross track, a paved 3/4 midget track and a paved remote control track. The 36 foot wide road course incorporates technical and sweeping turns with two 70 foot wide straights, and over twenty feet of elevation changes. A large portion of it is visible from the grandstands, introducing a unique type of spectator event not previously seen in this area. Sandia Motorsports Park, the road course, hosts sports car clubs, vintage racers, shifter karts and motorcycles.

 

Miller Motorsports Park
official track website
scca track records [full]
scca track records [west]

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Miller Motorsports Park is located about 40 miles southwest of Salt Lake City off I-80. The road course is a 4.5 mile long, 40-50 foot wide, 24-turn layout that provides a variety of cornering speeds, from 50 mph to well over 100 mph. The fastest cars and motorcycles will approach 200 miles per hour on the track's 50 foot wide, 3500 foot main straight. While the track is basically flat, Miller Motorsports Park 's designers have incorporated several significant elevation changes in order to add character, challenge, and unparalleled sightlines for spectators. The combination of potential layouts, each with its own distinct characteristics, enables Miller Motorsports Park to provide challenges for drivers and riders of all skill levels while simultaneously providing spectators exceptional race action.

 


• SCCA track records maintained by John Frank here.

• Most info here was sourced from the referenced 'official track website' pages.