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24415 Russell Road, Kent, Washington 98032
Kent Pacific Raceways, Washington
Pacific Raceways Kent, Washington

Pacific Raceways - Kent, Washigton

Located in Kent, Washington, Pacific Raceways is a renowned motorsports facility that has been offering thrilling raceday action since 1960. The facility features a 2.25-mile road course racetrack and a ¼-mile drag strip, and has played host to many famous drivers over the years, including Mario Andretti, Al Unser and Dick Kalivoda. Pacific Raceways hosts a range of exciting racing and drag events, a ProFormance Racing School, and the Pacific Grand Prix, and also serves as a training facility for law enforcement during the off-season.
 
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Hotel Accommodations Near Pacific Raceways -

With a central location, only nine miles from Pacific Raceways, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza by the Green offers a comfortable hotel retreat for weekend getaways, family vacations and business travel. With a range of modern hotel amenities and a quiet golf course retreat location, the Plaza by the Green offers guests a great value on deluxe hotel lodging near Pacific Raceways.
Pacific Raceways Road Course

Pacific Raceways Road Course -

The 2.25-mile SCCA-approved road course at Pacific Raceways features a challenging nine-turn circuit for a variety of racing events, such as the NASCAR NW Tour, the SOVERN Historics, the International Race Drivers Club, the Washington Motorcycle Road Racing Association, and Ultra Super Bikes. The course offers raceday action all year long and also home to one of the country's top competition and high-performance driving schools.

Pacific Raceways Drag Strip -

Hosting drag races for more than 50 years, the celebrated quarter-mile drag strip track at Pacific Raceways has hosted many driving legends including Jerry Ruth, Herm Petersen, Ed McCulloch, and Jim Green. The track hosts the annual O'Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Northwest Nationals, the NHRA Lucas Oil Division Six Drag Racing Series, and the Pawn
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