Summit Point Raceway is a road racing and driver training facility located in Jefferson County, West Virginia about two hours west of Washington, D.C., USA in the state’s Eastern Panhandle.
With the hilly, but high-speed 2-mile Summit Point track (in full and short versions) and the 1.1-mile highly technical Jefferson Circuit, Summit Point offers every challenge a road-racer could desire – and then some.
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Summit Point Main (pictured left) is a 10-turn, 2.0-mile (3.2 km) road course that features a 2,900-foot (880 m) main straight. The Short Circuit (pictured middle) loses the panhandle Turns 1 & 2 from the Main Course, making it a 1.46 mile (2.35 km) course with 9 turns. The Jefferson Circuit (pictured right) is a seven-turn, 1.12-mile (1.80 km) road course that was designed and built by Bill Scott as a dedicated course for high-performance, accident avoidance and emergency operation driver training. Opened in 1996 or 1997, the Jefferson is a course that demands constant attentiveness and smooth inputs from drivers. iRacing also offers the Jefferson Circuit in reverse.
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