Brainerd International Raceway
The Brainerd International Raceway is a motorsport race track around ten kilometers northwest of Brainerd, Minnesota in the United States of America.
The road course is 4,989 meters long, has ten curves and is traversed clockwise. For complex also still include a go-kart track and a dragster race track, take place on the date the annual NHRA Nationals.
The Brainerd International Raceway was opened in 1963 as Donnybrooke Speedway. In 1973 he received its present name after a change of ownership.
In 1969, the track hosted two races for USAC Indy Car series, which were won by Gordon Johncock and Dan Gurney. In the 1970s and 1980s took place on the road course runs for many national racing series, such as the CanAm, the IMSA and Trans-Am Series and Formula 5000.
Between 1989 and 1991, the track hosted the U.S. round of the World Superbike Championship.