Pikes Peak International Raceway
Location Fountain, Colorado
Pikes Peak International Raceway Logo
Track length 1.0 miles (1.609 kilometres)
Track shape Oval
Banking Turns - 10°
Major events
Capacity 62,000
Address 16650 Midway Ranch Road, Fountain, Colorado, 80817

Pikes Peak International Raceway was a one mile oval Auto Racing track located in Fountain, Colorado, south of Colorado Springs and north of Pueblo. Capacity: 42,000 Grandstand seats, 20,000 Infield capacity.

On September 30, 2005, it was announced that the track had been bought by the International Speedway Corporation. ISC shut the facility down by November 2005, and petitioned NASCAR to move the track's Busch Series date to Martinsville Speedway for 2006. [1]

NASCAR Nationwide Series historyEdit

Year Driver Started Car # Owner Make
1998 Matt Kenseth 1 17 Robbie Reiser Chevrolet
1999 Andy Santerre 20 47 George Debidart Chevrolet
2000 Jeff Green 2 10 Greg Pollex Chevrolet
2001 Jeff Purvis 7 21 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
2002 Hank Parker, Jr. 23 36 Wayne Jesel Dodge
2003 Scott Wimmer 16 23 Bill Davis Racing Chevrolet
2004 Greg Biffle 25 60 Roush Fenway Racing Ford
2005 David Green 14 27 Clarence Brewer Ford

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race historyEdit

Year Driver Started Car # Owner Make
1998 Ron Hornaday, Jr. 6 16 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet
1999 Mike Wallace 16 2 Ultra Motorsports Ford
2000 Greg Biffle 3 50 Roush Fenway Racing Ford
2001 Joe Ruttman 2 18 Bobby Hamilton Racing Dodge
2002 Mike Bliss 3 16 Steve Coulter Chevrolet

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