Los Angeles County Raceway it's a complex made of 2 mx tracks. The vet and the main track. They're placed in what looks it was a quarry. The dimensions of this place are big/huge and both tracks are quite long.
The vet track flows in 2 planes, inferior and superior, connected by 2 slopes. On of those slopekeeps getting stronger up until it becomes the ramp of a tabletop of 45 feet aprox. In both zones there are small, medium tabletops and double jumps. In the lower zone you can find 3 double jumps in a row plus a line of whoops that can be done 2 by 2 if you start fast enough.
The main track is more difficult. It's a track for experimented riders where you can find a line of deeper whoops and long distance jumps. Just to give an example, after a descentdent slope there is a double jump with an extra reception than converts it in a triple. This jump may be arround 80-90 foot long.
Both tracks are extremely well keeped. The ground is filtered sand without any rock on it. The water goes down making it impossible to see any puddle. This ground is absolutely amazing 10/10.