Miller Motorsports Park is a state-of-the-art road racing facility for automobiles, motorcycles and karts located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City in Tooele, Utah. It is considered the finest facility of its type in North America. Opened in 2006, Miller Motorsports Park hosts many of the worldâ€™s most significant racing series, including the American Le Mans Series, Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, NASCAR Grand National West Series, AMA Superbike Championship and, new for 2008, the FIM SUPERBIKE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, one of the top three racing series in the world.
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 mph on the track's 50-foot-wide, 3500-foot main straight.
The course has four possible configurations. The 2.24-mile East Course is a highly technical challenge suited to lower-powered, better-handling cars and motorcycles, while the 2.2-mile West Course is fitting for higher-powered, larger cars and motorcycles.
The East Course has as many as seven major overtaking areas and 14 corners, including the three-turn esses, which have significant elevation changes. The feature corner on the East Course is the final turn, a 50-foot-wide, nine-degree banked sweeper that leads onto the main straight. It is designed to create last-minute overtaking challenges before the race to the finish line. View a map of the East Course.
The West Course is notable for a sequence of three very fast (100-mph-plus) corners that lead to the heaviest-braking and slowest corner on the track, turn W5, whose 45-foot-wide entrance encourages overtaking. The rest of the West Course features several multiple-radius and complex corners designed to challenge drivers' skills. View a map of the West Course.
Miller Motorsports Park's longest configuration, the Full Course, has a character completely different from either of the two shorter layouts. In this 4.5-mile configuration, speeds will be extremely high both at the end of the long main straight and through the daunting sequence of turns that comprise the first elements of the East side of the course, where cornering speeds will approach 150 mph. View a map of the Full Course.
A fourth configuration, the 3.06-mile Perimeter Course (also called the Outer Course), eliminates the entire infield section and is one of the fastest track layouts in North America.
While the track is basically flat, Miller Motorsports Park's design incorporates several significant elevation changes in order to add character, challenge and unparalleled sightlines for spectators. The variety of configurations, each with its own distinct characteristics, enables Miller Motorsports Park to provide challenges for drivers and riders of all skill levels while simultaneously providing exceptional race action for spectators.
Miller Motorsports Park is the most advanced, safest and best-equipped road racing facility in North America. So outstanding was its design and execution that it was named "Motorsports Facility of the Year" by the Professional Motorsport World Expo in Cologne, Germany, on November 8, 2006. The facility offers something for everyone, with outstanding fan amenities, unmatched corporate meeting and entertainment options and the finest paddock and garages available for teams. Miller Motorsports Park is a significant addition to the national road racing industry, and a major component of the ever-growing Salt Lake City sporting market.
Track Address2901 N. Sheep Lane
Tooele, Utah 84074