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Iowa Speedway

Iowa Speedway is a paved short track oval race track in Newton, Iowa, USA, approximately 30 miles east of Des Moines. The track was designed with influence from Rusty Wallace and patterned after Richmond International Raceway, a short track where Wallace was very successful.

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Configurations

Iowa Speedway (pictured left) is a 0.875 mile (1.408 km) oval with 12-14 degrees of progressive banking in the corners. The frontstretch is banked at 10 degrees and the backstretch at 4.

In addition to the oval, is a Road Course (pictured middle left) roval 1.3 miles (2.09 km) in length with 10 turns. The Infield Road Course is a 0.43 mile (0.69 km) course with 6 turns.  The Legends Oval (pictured middle right) is a flat 0.2 mile (0.322 km) course utilizing the front stretch and pit road. The Infield Legends Course is a 0.43 mile (0.69 km) course with 6 turns.

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