Located along Detroit's picturesque Belle Isle Park on the scenic Detroit River, the Raceway at Belle Isle is a challenging 2.3 mile street circuit that has featured some of the world's premier auto racing events.
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 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (185 kilometers away).
Built in 1992, the Raceway at Belle Isle Park circuit is located in the middle of the Detroit River.
The circuit is situated on a 982-acre island park which is owned by the State of Michigan.
It is the only permanent street circuit that is part of the IndyCar Series, hosting both the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix and the IndyCar Series races.
The Raceway at Belle Isle Park consists of a 2.35 mile track with 13 turns, a pit row and a grandstand.
The Raceway at Belle Isle Park was designed by world-famous racing course designer, Mario Andretti.
It is a multi-use course, and can also be used for road and endurance racing.
The circuit features a several tight hairpin corners and long stretches of straight line that test driver and vehicle performance.
The Raceway at Belle Isle Park is host to some of the most competitive racing events in the world.
In addition to the IndyCar Series, the Raceway at Belle Isle Park also hosts the IMSA series, the American Motorcycle Association, the Champ Car World Series, and the Trans Am Series.
It is the only permanent street track in the United States to be part of the MotorSport Grand Prix calendar.