Iowa Speedway (iRacing)

Iowa Speedway
Information
Location Newton, Iowa
Country Us.png USA
Configurations
Oval
0.88 mi
1.41 km
Road
1.30 mi
2.09 km
Legends
0.43 mi
0.69 km
Infield Legends
0.20 mi
0.32 km
Rallycross
0.66 mi
1.06 km


Information

One of America’s newest race tracks, Iowa Speedway is located in Newton, IA and has been in operation since 2006. The 7/8 mile oval was designed and built under the auspices of NASCAR champion Rusty Wallace at a cost of approximately $70 million. Thus it’s no coincidence the D-shaped oval is patterned after Richmond International Raceway, scene of some of Wallace’s greatest success during his career. Iowa Speedway has a seating capacity of more than 30,000, together with a unique multi-tiered Recreational Vehicle viewing area along its 869’ long backstretch. A fixture on the NASCAR and IndyCar schedules, Iowa Speedway also boasts a nine turn, 1.3 mile road course which utilizes most of the main oval along with a highly technical infield section and hosts professional and amateur sports car races.

Configurations

Race Results

iRacing Rallycross World Championship Series

Season Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2018 Us.png Garrett Lowe Vuzion Racing YoutubeButton.png
Us.png Mitchell deJong VRS Coanda Simsport YoutubeButton.png
2019 Us.png Mitchell deJong VRS Coanda Simsport YoutubeButton.png