Miller Motorsports Park: A Great 2009 Season

It’s a start-of-the-art road racing facility for automobiles, motorcycles and karts located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake city in Tooele, Utah. It is considered the finest facility of its type in North America. Opened in 2006, Miller Motorsports Park hosts many of the world’s most significant racing series, including the American Le Mans series, Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, NASCAR Grand National West Series, AMA Superbike Championship and in 2009 the FIM Superbike World Championship, one of the top three racing series in the world.

In addition to the professional racing series that visit Miller Motorsports Park, the track also has its own local racing series for road racing cars and motorcycles.

Miller Motorsports Park offers something for almost every motorsports enthusiast. There are rental karts available for young and old. The Performance Training Center offers classes in auto racing, high-performance driving, karting, supermoto, plus a Teen Driving Academy, Highway Survival School and Winter Driving Academy. The Larry H. Miller Museum is home to some of the world’s most significant racing cars, specializing in cars associated with the legendary Carroll Shelby. The Race Fanzz retail store offers clothing, souvenirs, collectibles and gift certificates. The track also hold Open Track Days, during which individuals can drive their car on the track after a brief orientation course, and a multi-level Club Membership program that offers exclusive access and amenities.

Corporate activities are very popular at Miller Motorsports Park, with full banquet, conference and classroom facilities plus a variety of entertainment and team-building options utilizing the racetrack, school and karting facilities.

To plan a day at Miller Motorsport Park for your family, they’re located at 2901 North Sheep lane, in Tooele. Call at (435) 277-7223 or go online to

Also be sure to visit them at the upcoming Big Business and Technology Expo, March 11-12 at the McKay Events Center at Utah Valley University from 11 AM to 5 PM.

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