The Ridge Motorsports Park
The Ridge Motorsports Park is a 2.47 mile road race course built on 170 acres. The track has over 300 feet of elevation change, a good portion of which occurs in the famous “Ridge Complex” – a corkscrew-like series of turns that drop down from the hillside that earned the track its name.
Portland International Raceway
The road course is almost perfectly flat and runs clockwise. Two track configurations are possible. One includes a hard chicane at the end of the front straight and involves 12 turns at length of 1.967 miles (3.17 km). Without the chicane, the track has nine turns and a lap length of 1.915 miles (3.08 km).
Pacific Raceways 2.25 mile road course is SCCA-approved and offers racers a challenging nine-turn circuit and spectators spectacular vantage points to view events such as SOVERN’s historical sports cars and Washington Motorcycle Road Racing Association (WMRRA) including the Formula Ultra Super Bikes.