Auto Club Speedway

Address: 9300 Cherry Avenue Fontana, California 92335

NASCAR Nationwide Series Stater Brothers 300 Camping World 300

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series San Bernardino County 200

34.08858 - 117.5Koordinaten: 34 ° 5 ' 19 " N, 117 ° 30' 0 " W

The Auto Club Speedway (formerly California Speedway ) is a racetrack in Fontana, California, 65 km east of Los Angeles.


The line was put into operation in 1997.

The Canadian Greg Moore died in 1999 in a racing accident, which had an increase in security measures and conversions result.


The route offers 91,200 spectators. The Super Speedway, 2 -mile tri-oval with slightly higher curves applies Pista di Nardo than after the second fastest track in the world. There are also complex has a street course, a test track and a track for drag racing.

Racing series

In addition to NASCAR, the moves here with the Sprint Cup, the Nationwide Series and the Craftsman Truck Series, performed as well as single-seater racing series as the Champ Car and the IndyCar Series on the course. The road course in the infield was used by the Grand American Road Racing Association and the Japanese Touring Car Championship.


The lap record in training keeps Gil de Ferran with 241.426 mph ( 388.5 km / h ) from the year 2000. During the actual race in 2000 partly speeds of over 400 km / h were achieved by lee rides. The highest average speed in a race drove Sam Hornish Jr. with 207.151 mph ( 333.4 km / h ) on the 400 - mile race in 2003. Both figures exceed the corresponding records of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway significantly.