Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis
Address: 10267 East U.S. Highway 136, Indianapolis Indiana, 46234
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Power Stroke Diesel 200
39.812777777778 - 86.340833333333Koordinaten: 39 ° 48 '46 "N, 86 ° 20' 27 " W
The Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis, until the purchase of naming rights by O'Reilly Auto Parts at 2006 Indianapolis Raceway Park and from 2007 to 2010 O'Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis, is a multi-function track west of Clermont in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
This speedway track is the second major motorsport facility in Indianapolis next to, just 12 km (7.5 mi) away, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, while with over 90 events in 2010, the route with the most events in Indianapolis. The Raceway Park is designed on the grassroots level, including race in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and Nationwide Series, Drag Racing, as well as ordinary car racing.
Sprint car and other races that could be better played on a short course, take place at the O'Reilly Raceway Park. Traditionally, an extensive program will be held here on Saturday evening of Memorial Day weekend. It is considered the unofficial last event of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
The road course
The plant has in addition to a 2.5 -mile oval track road course with 15 turns for road race of the Sports Car Club of America and a 4400 foot long acceleration path for the annual drag race National Hot Rod Association on Labor Day.
After the 2011 season, no more NASCAR races will be held on this Raceway.
- NASCAR Nationwide Series Qualifying: David Green, 21.766 seconds ( 113.462 mph ), 1994
- NASCAR Nationwide Series race: Jimmy Hensley, 96.923 mph, June 22, 1985
- NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Qualifying: Joe Ruttman, 22.081 seconds ( 111.843 mph ), 2000
- NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race: Greg Biffle, 88.704 mph, August 5, 1999