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Sanair Motorsports Complex

Sanair Motorsports Complex consists of 2 paved ovals (a 9/10 mile banked trioval and a 1/3 mile short track), a 1/4 mile drag strip, 2 road course circuits (1.3 and 1 mile), a kart sprint course, and a number of other motorsports facilities.

New: 2004-04-16  Last Updated: 2006-02-14

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Historical Note

The dragstrip, 1/3 mile paved ovals and 1.3 mile road course opened in 1971. The tri-oval opened on August 7th, 1983. The dragstrip appears to have been in continuous service, but the ovals and road course have taken various years off. SCCA TransAm used the road course in 1972-73.

Other names for this facility at various times include Sanair Accleration (the drag strip), Sanair International Speedway, Sanair Super Speedway (the tri-oval), and Sanair Dragway.


Allan E. Brown, The History of America's Speedways: Past & Present. Comstock Park, Michigan: Brown, 2003 , ISBN 0931105617 , pp. 831. Order from National Speedway Directory

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Sanair Motorsports Complex
Route 235
St-Pie, QC, Canada

Sanair Motorsports Complex
P.O. Box 222
St-Pie, QC, Canada
J0H 1W0


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Sanair is located on Provincial Route 235 between Autoroute 10 and Autoroute 20, east of Montreal.


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