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

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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Track spotlight

Diecast Circuit of the Americas

Owned and operated by TomKeegan in Pennsylvania, this track is 69.3-feet long, built with Mixed brands and offers 2 lanes of racing.

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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