Thomas N Salzano- Famous & Longest Auto Racing Tracks in World

It’s actual that an oval-molded auto hustling track can be a fun spot to watch a race at high speeds and around other people. In any case, there’s no denying that rehash left turns can get rather unsurprising. While tracks like the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway or the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway can be long, ones, for example, the 1.05-mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway can appear to be little and cramped.

Here is a list of longest racing tracks in the world:

Watkins Glen International – 3.4 miles

The Raceway in New York is 3.4 miles in length and has only eleven turns.

Watkins Glen International

Suzuka Curcuit – 3.6 miles

It is located in Japan  and owned by Mobilityland (operated by Honda). It was designed as a Honda test track in 1962 and features a figure-8 design.

Suzuka Curcuit – 3.6 miles

Silverstone Circuit – 3.66 miles

The track is one of the famous tracks of UK and has got the rights to host British Grand Prix until 2027.

Silverstone Circuit – 3.66 miles

Sebring International Raceway – 3.75 miles

The track has 17 turns and is 3.75 miles long. It was founded in 1950 in Sebring, Florida.

Sebring International Raceway

Road America – 4.05 miles

Road America – 4.05 miles

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