Louisiana Hilltop Raceway was a 2.2 mile road course and a dragstrip located near Princeton, Louisiana. The track was notable for the extensive use of banked corners.
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The track opened on April 1st, 1960, and operated until 1965. It is now Hilltop Campground, and parts of the course are now access roads for the facility. It is unclear if the dragstrip was ever used as such.
The track was also known as Top O' The Hill.
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