This weekend, Oct. 7-10, it’s the inaugural SpeedTour event at Utah Motorsports Campus, the only permanent road racing facility in the state of Utah. All SVRA classes are invited. Volvo and Lotus are both being celebrated with Marque Feature Reunions, while the weekend also features a Miata Heritage Cup Series race.
Conceived as a private track by the late Utah businessman and auto enthusiast Larry H. Miller, it blossomed into a $100-million complex that opened in 2006 as Miller Motorsports Park. Track designer Alan Wilson created a challenging 23-turn, 4.486-mile road course that offers sight lines from all points, abundant run-off and generous passing zones. The Campus also has kart, off-road, rock-crawling and rally-cross tracks.
SVRA SpeedTour events provide the opportunity to get up close to celebrated drivers, legendary race cars and much, much more. Tickets and parking passes are available now with pre-weekend discounts. Entry is free for children 12 and under.
Log onto speedtour.net/utah for ticket info.
The SVRA Car Show is open to all classic, vintage, exotic and collector cars of interest — enter to display your show car and take part in the popular “Last Lap” tour around the track.
In addition to seeing some the world’s most exciting race cars on this historic track, all SpeedTour spectators are given full access to the paddock area and garages. See all the vehicles up close and be a part of the excitement! For more information, log onto svra.com.
The multi-configurational Utah Motorsports Campus is located in Grantsville, Utah. For directions, log onto utahmotorsportscampus.com.
Enjoy terrific racing and a busy weekend at this world-class facility.