Chandler, AZ

Why you should visit Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park

Victoria Nogales

CHANDLER, AZ – Watching full-livery race cars and hearing their roaring engines can be a dream for some motorsports enthusiasts. You can also fulfill yours by visiting Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.

Located on 20000 S Maricopa Road, the 400-acre facility is a house of many motorsports disciplines. You can take a seat in grandstands and witness nitro-burning dragsters pacing at 300 mph, off-road and tarmac races, car shows, and many more.

The park features a quarter-mile NHRA-approved Drag Strip, an off-road stadium, and three tarmac tracks consisting of a 1.6, 1.25, and 1.1-mile length. To ensure safety while racing, it also has towing services and a medical team standing by.

Its race track has a 37-year history in the Arizona motorsports scene. In advance, the particular East Track is the only road course in the United States ever tested by a racing legend, Ayrton Senna, in 1986.

Not only landraces, but you can also even watch numerous high-performance boats racing head-to-head at the 120-acre Firebird lake, as well as wakeboard competitions and many watercraft events.

The park has many amenities, including parking lots, food and beverages stands, hospitality areas, and more, to further your convenience. You can also participate in motorsports events with rules and codes of conduct applied.

After visiting the site, you can reserve a room for your stay at Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa and Gila River Hotels & Casinos. You can also indulge in some restaurants, such as Rawhide Catering and Kai Restaurant.

To ask for detailed information and organize events, you can come to its office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, call by phone at (520) 796-5601 or email to Info@RaceWildHorse.net.

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