Lucas Oil Raceway (iRacing)

Lucas Oil Raceway
Information
Location Indianapolis, Indiana
Country Us.png USA
Configurations
Oval Course
0.69 mi
1.10 km
Rallycross
0.79 mi
1.27 km
Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis (formerly Indianapolis Raceway Park) is one of America's premier multiple use race facility. Constructed in the late 1950s and opened for business in 1960, the facility includes a quarter mile drag strip that is home to the NHRA Nationals every Labor Day weekend, a 2.5-mile road course (now inoperative) where Mario Andretti scored his very first USAC National Championship win and a .686-mile oval that has hosted the 'Night Before the 500' USAC midget race along with various USAC midget, sprint car and Silver Crown events and NASCAR races. The track also plays host to the RedBull Global Rallycross series with a unique configuration utilizing the main oval as well as part of the track's infield.