About the PGP Motorsports Park circuit

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PGP Motorsports Park has one of the most unique settings in all of North America. The 22-acre site had 1.6 million cubic yards of dirt removed from it and what was created was a natural velodrome with unprecedented viewing for our spectators. There is no one part of the circuit that cannot be seen and the overhead view looking down allows for spectators to see all the inside-out action in the corners. Much better visibility than your typical “on-plane” views at most other tracks.

With the majestic 14,000 foot Mount Rainier as the backdrop, PGP Motorsports Park is a 9/10th-mile asphalt track with a main straight approaching 800 feet in length and 30 feet in width. With up to 15 turns, the layout is designed so that horsepower can be an advantage at the South end; longer straights and hard braking corners allowing for maximum passing zones. But the North end is very technical rewarding the pilots with the best driving skills.

PGP Motorsports Park has lots of subtle elevation changes and unique characteristics combined with multiple configurations which make it perfect for all categories of racing. Supermoto, Karting, Drifting, Cycling, Arrive and Drives, Corporate Entertainment, Practice Days… you name it, we have you covered!

PGP Motorsports Park has also been designed so that multiple activities can take place at any one time with events running simultaneously on both the North and South Sprint Courses.

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PGP Motorsports Park Quick Facts

  • 9/10th mile in length
  • 30 feet wide
  • 790 foot front straight
  • Up to 15 turns
  • 12 different configurations
  • Extremely smooth surface
  • Views that cannot be duplicated anywhere
  • Open Year-round, rain or shine

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