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Motorsports

Utah Motorsports Campus

Between the Oquirrh and Stansbury mountains is the wide basin of the Tooele Valley. Here, visitors will find one of the nation’s premier motorsports facilities. The Utah Motorsports Campus has hosted events ranging from the Utah Grand Prix and the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah to the Pirelli World Challenge, AMA Superbike Championship and NASCAR. The Campus lures racing fans, club racers and families looking for high-speed fun on the Kart Track or during Amateur Track Days. Amateur Track Days (ATD) is a unique program presented by Utah Motorsports Campus that allows enthusiasts to drive their street or race-prepared car at speed on our world-class racetrack in a non-competitive environment. Utah Motorsports Campus also offers Roll Racing at select events, while they do not have a drag strip at the campus, Roll Racing is an alternative type of drag racing in which the cars are already rolling and race down a front stretch. Prices vary by event. Located 30 minutes west of Salt Lake City.

Jordan River OHV State Recreation Area

Off-road enthusiasts on the Wasatch Front can hone their skills on one of four separate tracks, with tabletops and banked turns, and options for both advanced and novice motocross riders. In fact, there is a dedicated beginner area and good options for spectator viewing. Jordan River OHV State Recreation Area is open approximately early April to approximately mid-October. Off-Highway motorcycle (OHM) riders will enjoy two motocross (MX) tracks. The novice and grand-prix tracks are open to both OHMs and ATVs.

Utah Motorsports Campus Jordan River OHV State Recreation Area

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