Summit Point℠ Circuit circuit opened in 1969. This 10-turn, 2.0-mile (3.2 km) road course that features a 2,900-foot (880 m) main straight.
During its early years SCCA held numerous events at the track. Several Regional and National races were run each year. Many racers got their start in the popular SCCA Driver’s Schools held there by the DC Region.
Over time the track was host to a number of professional races sanctioned by IMSA and the SCCA Trans-Am Series through the late 1980s.
The road course we run today is a ten turn, two mile road course that includes a 2900 foot straightaway and 400 feet of elevation change. Summit Point℠ Circuit provides challenging high speed turns with ample run off areas and gravel traps along with a challenging and technical carousel section. The track’s features truly make it a must destination for recreational drivers.
Explore the track
Watch a narrated lap with one of our BSR instructors: