Get On Track
Join Road America as we give owners of high-performance cars and sports cars (street-legal cars, please no race cars) the opportunity to drive their own vehicles on one of the greatest road courses in North America as part of our new Road America Track Days. The goals for the Track Day program are to learn something, drive your car home in the same shape it was at the beginning of the day, and to have fun.
There is never any competition — wheel-to-wheel or timed laps — in our program.
Looking for additional track time but can’t afford a private test day? Road America has two distinct options to break in that new car, make it faster, or just learn the track. First, there is the Road America Test & Tune (RATT) - a semi-private test day limited to a maximum of 20 participants. The benefits are lots of track time with minimal cars on track. Road America reserves the right to cancel the event due to low enrollment. Cancellations will typically be made at least 1 week prior to the event.
The Road America Drivers Club is a membership club for racing and driving enthusiasts who have a sophisticated appreciation for Road America, one of North America’s most revered motorsports venues. The Road America Drivers Club is where members can push the limits during exclusive test and tune sessions and track days through the same apexes as Andretti, Villeneuve, Newman, Penske, Rahal, Gurney, Posey, Donohue and Hobbs.
Get an up-close look at Road America’s legendary race circuit from your own car or motorcycle (on select dates). This activity is not high-speed but is a leisurely, low-speed, 3-lap experience of the sweeping, rolling 4-mile track. It is the perfect opportunity for drivers, families, and friends of all ages to experience, first-hand, one of the country’s premier road-racing circuits.
Participation is limited, so advance registration is highly recommended.
Registered guests should arrive between 5:00 pm and 5:30 pm.
While old man winter is bearing down on the Midwest, there is no reason for anyone to suffer from cabin fever. The Winter Autocross Series was created for enthusiasts to enjoy the performance characteristics of their car to the fullest. From the novice driver to the experienced autocrosser, the Winter Autocross Series has a little something for everyone. This closed-course environment is the perfect place to hone those winter driving skills, using a variety of challenges that include; speed stop challenge, short autocross, and long autocross.
Kart racing is considered by many to be one of the least expensive forms of motorsports where many of today’s tops racing talents have started their careers. This safe, affordable and extremely challenging sport takes place on the CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex on select weeknight and weekend dates from May to September. With roots dating back over 20 years the Road America Karting Club is focused on organizing competitive kart racing in a family friendly atmosphere.
Open Track Days at the CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex are the perfect opportunity to gain experience on either a motorcycle or kart. Participants are treated to plenty of track time without the pressure of organized racing. Track time is split evenly into run groups based on types of vehicles and experience levels. Participants are encouraged to purchase memberships with either the Track Pass program or the Road America Karting Club to take advantage of some great savings. Karts, Supermoto Bikes and Street Bikes 600cc or less will be allowed to participate.
Established in 1955, Road America is located midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. This legendary 4-mile, 14-turn road circuit has challenged the world’s best racers for over 60 years. The 640-acre, park-like grounds offer an amazing setting for runs, walks, and cycling events for thousands of participants annually. Adrenaline junkies, novice cyclists and competitive athletes alike are certain to enjoy the thrill of pushing the limit on the world-renowned race circuit that is normally reserved for motorcycles and race cars.