Watkins glen international

  • 1

    The "90"

    3rd Gear
    130 km/h
  • 2

    Turn 2

    5th Gear
    210 km/h
  • 3

    The Esses

    5th Gear
    230 km/h
  • 4

    Back Straight

    6th Gear
    270 km/h
  • 5

    Bus Stop

    4th Gear
    150 km/h
  • 6

    Outer Loop

    4th Gear
    170 km/h
  • 7


    3rd Gear
    125 km/h
  • 8


    3rd Gear
    105 km/h
  • 9


    3rd Gear
    110 km/h
  • 10

    Turn 10

    3rd Gear
    100 km/h
  • 11

    Turn 11

    4th Gear
    165 km/h
  • 12

    Turn 12

    4th Gear
    145 km/h

Super Trofeo North America Watkins Glen International

Watkins Glen International (nicknamed "The Glen") is an automobile race track located near Watkins Glen, New York, at the southern tip of Seneca Lake. The sports car racing facility is owned by International Speedway Corporation. It was long known around the world as the home of the United States Grand Prix, which it hosted for twenty consecutive years (1961–1980), but since 1948 the site has been home to road racing of nearly every class, including Formula One, the World Sportscar Championship, Trans-Am, Can-Am, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and the IndyCar Series. Initially, public roads in the village were used for the race course. In 1956 a permanent circuit for the race was built. In 1968 the race was extended to six hours, becoming, the Six Hours of Watkins Glen. The circuit is known as the Mecca of North American road racing and is a very popular venue among fans and drivers.