Circuit Tracks With Greatest Elevation Change

Palmer Motorsports Park Twisting Through Mountain

Circuit tracks such as Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and Road Atlanta were made famous by their multi-story drops however there are many other loops of tarmac in the United States that you can drive on any given weekend that have the same or more elevation change.

Surprisingly, Summit Point in West Virginia was a total standout in this game, boasting 400 feet of total elevation change.  This figure sounds a little high to me but it’s documented on their site so that’s what we’ll honor.  We now present a list of the race tracks and circuit tracks in the United States with the greatest amount of total elevation change.

Summit Point Circuit
400 feet of elevation change. Source: summitpoint-raceway.com

Valley Motorsports Park
390 feet of elevation change. Source: clubmotorsports.com

INDE Motorsports Ranch
200 feet of elevation change. Source: narraonline.com

Palmer Motorsports Park
191 feet of elevation change. Source: palmermotorsportspark.com

Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
180 feet of elevation change. Source: wikipedia.org

Sonoma Raceway
160 feet of elevation change. Source: racesonoma.com

Watkins Glen
141 feet of elevation change. Source: sportcompactcarweb.com

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
136 feet of elevation change. Source: midohio.com

Circuit of The Americas
133 feet of elevation change. Source: wikipedia.org

Virginia International Raceway
130 feet of elevation change. Source: virnow.com

Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch
125 feet of elevation change. Source: springmountainmotorsports.com

Willow Springs International Raceway
120 feet of elevation change. Source: yelp.com

Road Atlanta
105 feet of elevation change. Source: google.com

Pittsburgh International Race Complex
85 feet of elevation change. Source: pvgp.org

Limerock Park
75 feet (approximately) of elevation change. Source: wikipedia.org

Dominion Raceway
70 feet of elevation change. Source: dominionraceway.com

Road America
45 feet of elevation change. Source: imsa.com

Carolina Motorsports Park
30 feet of elevation change.