Barber Motorsports Park (iRacing)


Barber Motorsports Park (iRacing)
Information
Location Leeds, Alabama
Country Us.png USA
Configurations
Full Course
2.38 mi
3.83 km
Short A Course
1.45 mi
2.33 km
Short B Course
0.75 mi
1.207 km


Information

Modern road-racing circuits don’t come any better than Barber Motorsports Park. Built by local dairy magnate George Barber adjacent to his world-class motorsports museum, Barber Motorsports Park includes a total of three track configurations. The track opened in 2003 and in addition to motorcycle races, is host to IndyCar, IMSA, SCCA and AMA races in addition to club racing weekends and vintage and historic events. Located in a heavily wooded area near Birmingham, Alabama, the Alan Wilson-designed circuit is the epitome of the modern dedicated road-racing facility, with a sinuous 2.3 mile, 16-turn course its centerpiece.

Like other Wilson-designed circuits, each of the three track configurations requires a very technical driving style to achieve a good lap time. All of the racing surface is a generous 45 feet wide, which helps provide good passing opportunities, while the 80 feet of total elevation change adds to a driver’s challenge and enjoyment by providing blind apexes to a couple of the turns. The beauty of Barber Motorsports Park doesn’t end at the edge of the pavement; whimsical large-scale sculptures grace the beautifully landscaped facility, ranging from a pride of lions, Sisyphus pushing a large boulder, ants, birds and dragonflies to the track’s hallmark, a giant steel spider outside Turn 5.

Directly adjacent to the circuit is the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum, where you can almost make out the cars and motorcycles inside.

Configurations

Race Results

iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series

Season Pole position Fastest lap Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2010 Fi.png Greger Huttu Fi.png Greger Huttu Fi.png Greger Huttu Team Redline
2011 Br.png Hugo Luis Fi.png Ilkka Haapala Fi.png Jesse Nieminen My3id Gaming

Porsche Esports Supercup

Season Pole position Race Fastest lap Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2019 Au.png Joshua K Rogers Sprint Gb.png David Williams Dk.png Frederik Rasmussen Red Bull Racing Esports Team YoutubeButton.png
Main Au.png Joshua K Rogers Au.png Joshua K Rogers VRS Coanda Simsport