Summit Point Main:
2 miles (3.2 km) in length consisting of 10 turns, 7 right and 3 left with a 2,900-foot (880 m) main straight. Originally opened in 1973 and hosted a number of professional races. It is no longer a professional track but still hosts amateur races. Was repaved in the Fall of 2007.
1.12 mile (1.80 km) in length consisting of 7 turns, 5 right and 2 left. Designed for high-performance, accident avoidance and emergency operation driver training. This track hosts driver training schools and track days.
2.2 miles (3.5 km) in length and boasts a small scale copy of the famous banked Karussell turn from the 20.832 km Nordschleife track at NÃƒÂ¼rburgring. Opened in 2004 the Shenandoah track has hosted a number of races and schools. Summit Point consists of 3 seperate ciruits. Each of these ciruits has multiple configurations.