Road Course A:
Road Course B:
Opened: November 5th, 2000
Location: Homestead, Florida, USA
Turns: 4 (Speedway), 15 (Road Course A), 10 (Road Course B )
Length: 1.494 mi (Speedway), 2.3 mi (Road Course A), 2.273 mi (Road Course B )
Real-world record: 0:24.462 - Sam Hornish Jr. (Speedway), 1:13.02 - David Donohue (Road Course A), no time (Road Course B )
SRW virtual record: 0:24.309 - Theflowww (Speedway), 1:40.945 - SuzukiLJ50 (Road Course A), 1:04.892 - SRW_Cossacco (Road Course B )
Located in Homestead, a southern suburb of Miami, Homestead-Miami Speedway was opened in 1995, partly to help the town recover from the devastation of Hurricane Andrew. Created with a nod to the architectural heritage of the Art Deco District of nearby Miami Beach, it has gained many admirers.
Its track currently includes a 1.5-mile oval, which replaced the original Indianapolis-influenced rectangular-oval in 1997, and two road courses that take advantage of both the main circuit's straights. During its short life, this popular venue has gained a reputation for hosting season-ending events. It has often performed this function for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide, and Camping World Truck Series while it also hosted the climax of both the IndyCar and Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series.