Tracks

Race track directory

Our track database is a showcase of race tracks all across the country. Get ideas and be inspired to build your own. It doesn't matter if you have a pro club track or a track at home, add it to the database and inspire others with your passion for racing fun.

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Track spotlight

Bootleg Run

Owned and operated by LeagueofSpeed in North Carolina, this track is 36-feet long, built with Hot Wheels orange track and offers 2 lanes of racing.

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Track building guide

Building your own race track is an affordable and fun weekend project that you can share with the whole family. All you need is a little space in your home and you can race anytime you want. Get all the tips, details, and inspiration you need to get started.

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How to host a mail-in tournament

We're always looking for tournament hosts. If you have a track and some passion, you can host your own mail-in racing event. Learn what you need to get started.

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Discussion

Latest on building, buying, and getting your track ready to race.

Track calculator

How many miles of track do you have?

I have feet of race track which is equal to scale miles.

To get scale miles, you will need feet of diecast track.


Common conversions

1/64 Scale Track
1 mile 82.50 feet
1/2 mile 41.25 feet
1/4 mile 20.62 feet

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