Road America is a 4.048-mile, 14-turn road course located near Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. It is the longest road-racing course in the United States.
Nearest track of a similar category is Raceway at Belle Isle Park (437 kilometers away).
Road America is one of the longest continuous road courses in the world at 4.048 miles.
Road America was opened in 1955 and was one of the first permanent road courses in the United States.
Road America is a very popular circuit for motorcycle racing and is home to the prestigious Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas.
Road America is the site of several IndyCar races, including the 1994 Indianapolis 500.
Road America played host to the 1967 United States Grand Prix, the first ever Formula One race in the United States.
The track record for Road America is held by IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan at 1:29.0411.
Nascar has traditionally not held events at Road America but the IMSA series does.
There is an adjacent drag strip that was added to the circuit in 1969.
Road America is well known for its famous ‘Kink’, a left-hander that follows a stretch of straight.
The circuit is 6990 feet in elevation, making it one of the highest elevation racing circuits in the United States.