Pikes Peak International Raceway is a 1 mile D shaped oval with a 1.3 mile Alan Wilson-designed road course located near Colorado Springs, Colorado. The turns of the oval are banked 10 degrees.
In October of 2005, The track was purchased by International Speedway Corporation, which has shut it down.
New: 1997-05-27 Last Updated: 2007-08-16
Pikes Peak International Raceway was built in 1997 on the site of the Pikes Peak Meadows horse racing track. It was purchased in October of 2005 by International Speedway Corporation with the intent of shutting it down.
shows the oval and the infield road course
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Pikes Peak International Raceway is located at Exits 122 and 123 of Interstate 25, 10 miles south of Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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