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Facts, Pictures and History of Arizona Motorsports Park

Facts about Arizona Motorsports Park:

Track Name: Arizona Motorsports Park
Located: Litchfield Park, Arizona
Opened: March 2003
Track Length: 2.25 mile, 16 turn road course; or two smaller tracks measuring 1.13 miles each
Elevation: 322 - 327 meters, depending on the portion of the track

Satellite View of the Racing Grounds:

Picture from above Arizona Motorsports Park

Track Information:

Arizona Motorsports Park opened in 2003 and is located in Litchfield Park, Arizona, right beside the Luke Air Force Base. The main attraction in the 148-acre facility is the 2.25 mile, 16 turn road course which can be divided into two smaller tracks of 1.13 miles each if needed. The track is 40' wide throughout, and offers a challenging and competitive course for racing.

Also located within the Motorsports Park is an 800' x 800' Autocross Pad (the largest of its kind in the Southwest), as well as a 15 acre 'High Performance Driving Pad' with a 3 acre Staging Pad.

Shortly after the race track's opening, area residents complained of the noise coming from the track, and the track's permit was revoked by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. Track owners have since been fighting to reinstate their special-use permit.

Weather for Arizona Motorsports Park: