List of American Le Mans Series circuits

The American Le Mans Series raced on 27 different circuits during its 15-year history. Four tracks: Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Road Atlanta, and Sebring International Raceway; hosted an event in each year of the series.

In its early years, the series visited rovals at Charlotte, Las Vegas, and Texas, but the last of these events was held in 2001. The ALMS held events on 8 temporary street circuits, although only Long Beach lasted more than 3 years.

In 2000, the series raced in Europe, at the Nürburgring and Silverstone, as a precursor to the 2001 European Le Mans Series season. Two more European races (Donington and Jarama) were joint events with the ELMS in 2001. The Adelaide event in 2000 was also planned as a precursor to an Asia-Pacific Le Mans Series which never materialized. From 2002, the series only visited circuits in the United States and Canada.

Circuits from the last year (2013) are shown in bold.

Circuit Type Location Seasons Total Map
Adelaide Street Circuit Street circuit Adelaide, South Australia
2000 1
Baltimore street circuit Street circuit Baltimore, Maryland
20112013 3
Bayfront Park Street circuit Miami, Florida
20022003 2
The Raceway on Belle Isle Street circuit Detroit, Michigan
20072008 2
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Race circuit Bowmanville, Ontario
19992013 15
Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval Concord, North Carolina
2000 1
Circuit of the Americas Race circuit Austin, Texas
2013 1
Donington Park Race circuit Castle Donington, Leicestershire
2001 1
Infineon Raceway Race circuit Sonoma, California
19992005 7
Circuito Permanente del Jarama Race circuit Madrid
2001 1
Las Vegas Motor Speedway Roval Clark County, Nevada
19992000 2
Lime Rock Park Race circuit Lakeville, Connecticut
20042013 10
Long Beach street circuit Street circuit Long Beach, California
20072013 7
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Race circuit Monterey, California
19992013 15
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Race circuit Troy Township, Morrow County, Ohio
20012002, 20042012 11
Miller Motorsports Park Race circuit Tooele, Utah
20062010 5
Nürburgring Race circuit Nürburg
2000 1
Portland International Raceway Race circuit Portland, Oregon
19992001, 20042006 6
Reliant Park Street circuit Houston, Texas
20062007 2
Road America Race circuit Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
20022013 12
Road Atlanta Race circuit Braselton, Georgia
19992013 18[A]
St. Petersburg street circuit Street circuit St. Petersburg, Florida
20072009 3
Sebring International Raceway Race circuit Sebring, Florida
19992013 15
Silverstone Circuit Race circuit Silverstone, Northamptonshire
2000 1
Texas Motor Speedway Roval Fort Worth, Texas
20002001 2
Circuit Trois-Rivières Street circuit Trois-Rivières, Québec
20022003 2
Virginia International Raceway Race circuit Alton, Virginia
20122013 2
Washington Street Circuit Street circuit Washington, D.C.
2002 1
  • A Track held two races in 1999, 2003, and 2005. Count does not include the 1998 Petit Le Mans.

External links

  • 2012 event schedule
  • Racing Sports Cars ALMS archive
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