History

The Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is a road course in Troy Township, Ohio with a capacity of 75,000. It’s located just outside of Lexington and opened in 1962. The track is a 2.4-mile circuit that features 15 turns and is run clockwise.

Since opening, the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course has undergone several renovations. In 1990, the track was resurfaced, a new retaining wall was built, and a new 13-turn track layout became available due to the straightaway being paved through the Chicane. 16 years later, the track and pit lane were resurfaced, and connectors were added to the Keyhole section allowing for three track configurations.

Over the years, the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course has hosted many races and today is home to the annual IndyCar Honda Indy 200 and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Mid-Ohio Challenge. The track also hosts the AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days and the Mechanics Bank Vintage Grand Prix of Ohio. In the past, the track was the site of races in the American Le Mans Series and the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series.

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