Summit Point? Circuit opened in 1969. This 10-turn, 2 mile road course features a 2,980 feet long main straight.
Summit Point Circuit is a 10-turn, 2.0-mile (3.2 km) road course that features a 2,900-foot (880 m) main straight. This original circuit opened in 1969 and did not include the “Carousel”, presently denoted Turns 6 and 7. In the original layout, Turn 5 was a ~90 degree left-hander leading to a 90 degegree right-hander at the entry to what is now denoted Turn 8. Therefore, the original layout had 8 turns (or 9 depending on how you counted them). The “Carousel” was added in the early 1970’s.
Today, the Summit Point Circuit has events from March until November every year hosted by WKC, WKA, SCCA, Audi, Porsche Club of America, BMWCCA, and NASA club races, Track Daze, and schools. Motorcycle track days are hosted by: Evolve GT, Motorcycle Xcitement, MARRC, N2 Track Days. Motorcycle races are hosted by CCS/ASRA.
The Summit Point Circuit is also the annual home of the Jefferson 500 vintage race.
The Summit Point Circuit was repaved in the October 2017.
Explore the track
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