California Speedway

Construction of California Speedway began in November, 1995. Two years later, Marlboro Team Penske driver, Paul Tracy, became the first driver to run on California Speedway's new 2-mile oval race track. That same year, IROC cars, driven by Dave Marcis and Jay Sauter, are tested for the first time. Also in 1997, the first NASCAR Winston Cup and Winston West Series Open Test Session take place at California Speedway. Today, this superior Southern California race track, which is situated on 568 acres, is the site of many thrilling NASCAR events, such as the Busch Series Race and the NEXTEL Cup Series Race. For more information, visit

Rancho Cucamonga / Ontario Hotel Near California Speedway

Enjoy spacious guest rooms, ample amenities and gracious service when you're a guest at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites in Rancho Cucamonga / Ontario Ontario, California near Ontario International Airport. Our convenient location makes it a snap to reach a wide array of cool Southern California attractions like California Speedway, where NASCAR racing reigns supreme.

Track Size Two-mile D-shaped oval
Track Width 75 feet wide with 15-foot apron
Turns 1-2; 3-4 14-degree banking
Front Stretch 11-degree banking; 3100 feet in length
Back Straightaway 3-degree banking; 2500 feet in length
Road Course (All three Road Courses are 45 feet wide)
-Interior Test Circuit 13 turns, 1.45 miles
-Auto Competition Course 21 turns, 2.8 miles
-Motorcycle Competition Course 21 turns, 2.36 miles
Garages 3 garages with 100 spaces
Composition Asphalt track, pit lane and parking areas; concrete pit stalls
Pit Road 2200 feet in length with 44 individual pit areas

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Hotel Contact

Telephone: 909-581-3846

9589 Milliken Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730, US