Monticello Motor Club
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The soul of Monticello Motor Club is its 4.1-mile race-grade asphalt road course.

Built to test a professional racecar driver, but designed to be safe for the first-time Club member, the road course is set on 670 wooded acres of undulating terrain and incorporates:

  • Grand corners reminiscent of great European tracks
  • Over 1.5 miles of straights, some of the longest in North America
  • 450 feet of thrilling elevation changes
  • A total of 22 turns including hairpins and both increasing and decreasing radiuses

With over four miles and a variety of layouts, the course is capable of operating as three independent circuits that can run simultaneously. With so many configurations possible, it’s almost like coming to a new venue every time.

The entire complex includes two separate pit facilities, in addition to a skid pad area. The design is the first combined effort of Brian Redman, world-famous driving champion and winner of 77 races in 12 countries, and Bruce Hawkins, the preeminent architect of next-generation racetracks.

Mr. Redman notes that the road course at Monticello Motor Club, “is among the best in the world, with turns and challenges that will excite drivers of all levels.”

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