The Ozarks International Raceway circuit is a fast, exciting road course located in southwest Missouri, boasting challenging turns and long straights. It offers challenging, diverse racing opportunities for a variety of vehicles.
Nothing on the radar. The engines are silent, the tires are cold and the asphalt is getting greener with every passing day.
Nearest track of a similar category is Indianapolis Motor Speedway (599 kilometers away).
Ozarks International Raceway is a 2.75-mile, 15-turn road racing circuit located in the heart of the Ozark foothills southwest of Branson, Missouri.
The facility was built in 1988 and has hosted a variety of events over the years, including sports car and motorcycle racing, autocross, a wide variety of club and corporate events, drag racing, and other activities.
The track has thirty-feet of elevation change and a variety of fast and tight sections.
It has hosted a number of major international racing events, including the 1995 and 1996 Suzuka 8 Hours and the 2000 and 2001 Superbike World Championships.
The circuit features a paddock and several garages, a pair of asphalt skidpads and a kart track, as well as three separate street racing courses.
The facility has hosted a number of celebrity racers, including Sting, Stan Baker, and Jackie Stewart.
The circuit is considered challenging by professional drivers and thrilling and accessible for novice drivers as well.
Ozarks International Raceway is reconfigured multiple times a year to provide different race challenges.
In 2018, the facility received an upgrade with the addition of a new 3,500 grandstand and a new control tower.
The track is open to the public for rental and open track events, providing drivers with a unique opportunity to test their skills in a real race setting.