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There are many different types of race tracks, including those designed for cars, thoroughbred horses, motorcycles, and even cycling events. Divisions exist even within these different types of tracks. For instance, road courses made of asphalt and concrete differ from those made of wood, sand, grass, ice, or dirt. The type of material used to construct the speedway has a significant effect on the way racers perform and the types of vehicles that are used. NASCAR circuits use speedways that are very similar to the roads people use every day. These automotive tracks are made of asphalt and concrete that allow NASCAR drivers to move quickly. These stock car races, of course, are enjoyed by millions of fans around the world. Other races use drag strips that do not force cars to take turns. These speedways are designed to test a car’s speed. Typically, two cars are pitted against each other to see which one can reach the end of the course first. Small, flat courses are often reserved for electric go karts that kids and adults can enjoy. These electric vehicles are subject to safety standards that make them appropriate for family recreation. The courses often contain additional safety standards to prevent drivers from going off track or exceeding certain speeds. Not all race tracks are designed for motor vehicles. Some tracks use dirt and grass to build courses for animals, including horses and dogs. These race tracks often allow spectators to bet on outcomes. This allows the course to generate income without charging high entry fees.
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Virgin Island Track and Field Federation
524 Cumberland Ln, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Support tomorrow's champions by joining the Virgin Island Track and Field Federation. We are based in Bolingbrook, IL, and focus on the Virgin Islands.
(855) 747-0927
Hawthorne Race Course Inc
3501 S Laramie Ave, Cicero, IL 60804
(708) 780-3700
Sports Network Systems
3301 S Laramie Ave, Cicero, IL 60804
(708) 652-3972
Raceway Sales Co
5142 S Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60632
(773) 925-0262
Gibbs Racing
2401 W Grace St, Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 279-1079
Chicago Race Factory
6955 S Harlem Ave, Chicago, IL 60638
(708) 594-5278
Hot to Trot Racing
175 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 929-4833
Off-Track Betting
17w648 22nd St, Villa Park, IL 60181
(630) 627-8238
Amer Trophy & Award Co Inc
1006 S Michigan Ave Ste 503, Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 939-3252
701 E Lake St, Addison, IL 60101
(630) 530-9652
32 W Burlington Ave Ste 1c, Westmont, IL 60559
(630) 663-1805
Dad Slot Cars
700 Lee St, Des Plaines, IL 60016
(847) 298-0688
Image FX
16w109 83rd St, Willowbrook, IL 60527
(630) 655-2850
Chicagoland Raceway
2255 Maple Ave, Downers Grove, IL 60515
(630) 968-1269
Mid America Race Way & Hobbies
2035 63rd St, Downers Grove, IL 60516
(630) 968-7230

Race tracks will generally hold several different types of racing. Horse, dog, motorcycle, and car racing can be a fun experience for anyone. Wood, sand, grass, ice, dirt, asphalt, and concrete are all used depending on the event that's taking place. Stock cars, cycling, horses, dogs, and other events will need their own circuits set up in order to occur. Drag strips, speedways, and dirt road courses for automobiles can be found by looking online or in a local phone book. If you're looking for a certain type of race, like a thoroughbred horse competition, you can call a venue and see what that is scheduled to start. Motor speedways, drag strips, roads, and other race tracks will need to be properly maintained to ensure that those that are involved in the race are kept as safe as possible. Ask friends, family, and co-workers what type of race they enjoy watching and if they know of anywhere local to you that you can visit in person. There will oftentimes be a ticket that's required or an entrance fee. You can call first and ask if tickets are still available or how much they charge at the gate. Look for reviews and ask for other people's opinion to see where they prefer to go if you have a few choices. Consider attending different events to get a better idea on what you prefer to watch and if there is a certain place you like visiting in favor of your other choices.
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