The latest Exotics Racing facility is based at the famous Auto Club Speedway, an easy commute to the city of Los Angeles and a quick trip from the Ontario airport.
The venue offers two different racing experiences: a technical track that flatters skill and shows a vehicle’s handling at its best, as well as a configuration that use portions of the Speedway’s banked tri-oval and road course for a challenge that puts a driver’s race craft to the test.
The best safety technology includes large runoff areas and TecPro Formula 1 safety barriers.
Auto Club Speedway
» One location: two configurations
» A high-speed double-left
» Speed and technical circuits
» 10 minutes from the Ontario airport
EXR Los Angeles
» Racing school
» 1.2-mile road course
» 9 turns
» 2.8-mile road course
» 11 turns
Exotics Racing offers a fast and exciting road course that begs drivers to brake late and accelerate hard.
With an 1,800-ft main straight, drivers experience pure horsepower as they rocket down the track, leading to an 11% banked bowl and 9 total turns.
Safety technology includes large runoff areas, gravel traps, and TecPro Formula One safety barriers. LED in-ground lighting provides an incomparable night experience.
The new EXR Racing Series trackside facility offers comfortable spectator areas rooftop viewing, and catering, for an enjoyable paddock club experience for family and friends.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
» 1.5-mile road course
» 1,800-ft main straightaway
» 9 turns including banked bowl
» Trackside paddock club
» Night racing available
» 20 minutes from the Strip
A highlight stop on the EXR Racing Series calendar is Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, a rollercoaster of a road course featuring one of the most challenging left-right combinations in motorsport: The Corkscrew.
Drivers take on a classic track that has hosted virtually every major motorsport series in the United States, while guests can enjoy the Red Bull Energy Center – a comfortable hospitality structure with spectacular views over the length of the track.
Ideally situated just 10 miles inland from the Pacific ocean, the track is close to the beautiful town of Monterey, where visitors can sample the region’s wines and incredible restaurants.
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
» 2.23-mile road course
» 180-ft elevation change
» 11 turns including “The Corkscrew”
» Located near beautiful monterey, CA
The versatile Buttonwillow Raceway is a favorite among club racers and professionals. With its ample run-offs and excellent safety record, the track is frequently used for both testing and competition.
The EXR Racing Series con guration combines the familiar East and West loops to create a technical 3.1-mile circuit that rewards patience and discipline. The racer who shows patience through the Star Mazda turn will be rewarded with a at-out romp through the esses.
Located just outside Bakers eld, California, the track is less than a two- hour drive to the scenic Central coast and is readily accessible from Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
» 3.1-mile road course
» 13 turns
» Technically rewarding
» Centrally located in California
Overlooking the scenic Napa Valley, this hilltop racetrack is a popular stop on the calendar for many professional series including IndyCar and NASCAR, while several team owners call vineyards in the surrounding wine country their home.
The EXR Racing Series road course configuration is a playful 2.52-mile, 12-turn road course featuring more than 160 feet of elevation change. Also known as Sears Point, the Sonoma Raceway’s hilly character challenges racers to ignore its soaring views and focus on unlocking its secrets, including a pair of tricky off-camber corners at turns two and three and the challenging, high-speed downhill Carousel at turn six.
Located just an hour north of San Francisco and less than 20 minutes from the historic community of Sonoma, racers and their guests will enjoy excellent accommodations, wine tours of the region and sample the ne dining – including a number of Michelin Star favorites.
» 2.52-mile road course
» 12 turns
» 160-ft elevation changing
» Scenic Sonoma Valley location
Drive the only purpose-built Grand Prix course in the United States. The Circuit of the Americas is a track designed to challenge the world’s best drivers. The 3.4-mile course features a blend of sweeping, fast sections and tight, technical corners inspired by classic racing circuits around the globe. Renowned for the excellent quality of its racing surface, the track’s most striking element is Turn One: a blind left that emerges at the top of a 133-foot climb.
Circuit of The Americas features top- of-the-line garage and pit spaces, and is an ideal venue for entertaining VIP guests. At its heart is the signature 251-foot observation tower featuring
breathtaking views of the track, the central Texas countryside and the Austin skyline.
When the race day is complete, racers and their guests can expect to enjoy the legendary Texas hospitality in nearby Austin, a hub of entertainment and culture in the Lone Star State.
Circuit Of The Americas
» 3.4-mile road course
» 20 turns
» Spectacular racing surface
» Formula one quality