The front track is a track of quick but technical pro-national caliber. This track is designed to meet the standard set by the current national tracks and the best national amateur tracks. The soil is a perfect mix of sand and clay that folds in the deep sections, the large berms in others and stays rigid in the rest. It includes all kinds of obstacles that can be seen on today's national tracks. This track is maintained in race conditions that are always full of potholes, screams and rough edges. The sections are changed weekly and this track is completely redesigned on a regular basis. The start doors are also connected to this runway, including the separate concrete doors that provide our passengers with all the practical tools they need to get started. Lap times on this track average 2: 20-2: 40. Club members see 3-4 complete designs throughout the year, something no other facility can match!
The back track is a long arena of GP-style sand that guarantees to be one of the toughest and most physically demanding tracks in the nation. This track remains rough, full of bumps and screams 7 days a week. Because the floor of this track is made up of pure sand, it has an amazing ability to hold water, which allows us to keep our runners throughout the week, no matter what Mother Nature embraces us. It is a completely different type of track from our front track that gives our passengers the ability to change between tracks and vary their training routine. The lap times for this track average 2: 00+ minutes.
CIRCUIT OF PRACTICES:
On the other side of the road from the training facility, on the side of a hill, lies the MX track of the MX Practice Facility. It is designed for all levels of pilots, to simulate an amateur style race track, such as Loretta Lynn. This track averages 1: 45+ lap times, and is rotated in our training sessions typically once a week for our amateur level members. Members have the ability to use this track on weekends or any day of open practices
Several corner tracks around the property. Prepared and redesigned to work in different techniques.
It is a mixture of red sand / soft clay with a design that gives us a high speed racing track. This loose soil offers us the ability to create the exact compaction of the soil that we want to prepare for the tracks of furrows in the oriental series and, at the same time, it allows us to travel after large amounts of rain.
The lower track SX is a hard clay, totally opposite to our top sx track. This is a stricter and more technical design, which is reversed and changed periodically. This track is used to prepare for the hard horse races that are seen throughout the supercross series, such as West Rounds, and Monster Cup.
Pro spec track of the AMA Pro Arenacross series.