Elkhart Lake’s Road America Inc., is actively seeking seasonal team members for the 2021 season (April-October). If you are a hard-working, enthusiastic individual who has a passion for motorsports and entertainment, we invite you to complete an employment application.
Road America hosts over 500 events a year and our seasonal staff is a key element to our success. Seasonal positions include flexible scheduling, active training, and a fun outdoor work environment.
Come join the fun in 2021 at America’s National Park of Speed!
Elkhart Lake’s Road America Inc. is continually seeking individuals with a passion for motorsports to be a part of our team. If you are a hard-working, enthusiastic individual and loves action and entertainment, we invite you to complete an employment application.
Sponsorship allows your company to distinguish itself and enhance its brand in unique ways that your competitors miss using other forms of advertising. According to research and recent economic impact studies, motorsport fans are the most brand-loyal, when compared to fans of any other sport. Every event attendee is a potential consumer because Road America is more unique than any other facility. Our fans and competitors enjoy camping for several days to enjoy the facility and local area, either golfing or staying at the local resorts.
We welcome media inquiries and are happy to accommodate interviews and any on-site needs during the season. To schedule an interview, request hi-res photos or schedule a photo / video shoot, please send an email to email@example.com or call 800-365-7223 extension 2007.
Additional photos and videos are also available on the website and event photos and videos will be uploaded regularly during the season.
Road America Board of Directors
Chris J. Hartwig
In the early 1950’s, sports car races were being run on the streets in and around Elkhart Lake. When the state legislature banned racing on public roads, a man named Clif Tufte organized a group of influential local citizens and leaders of the Chicago Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). This group developed plans and sold stock to build a permanent racecourse. The overall vision of Road America grew out of the dreams of Tufte, a highway engineer, who chose 525 acres of Wisconsin farmland outside the Village of Elkhart Lake for the track.