NAPA Speedway (formerly known as Sandia Motorsport Park and Sandia Motor Speedway) is a multiple use racing facility located near Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. The complex provides two short ovals, a multiple configuration road course, Kart racing ovals, 3/8 Mile Dirt Oval, and a motocross area. They ran a NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race in September 2012.
|Location||Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA|
|Length||1.7 mi (2.7 km)|
|Length||1.1 mi (1.77 km)|
Both the 1/2 mile oval, and a smaller 1/4 mile oval are integrated with the main road course.
There are small karting ovals located in the complex.
Areas in the complex are dedicated to Motocross tracks.
Several possible configurations exist of the main racetrack, two of which are considered standard for roadracing use. The main racetrack is 1.7 miles in length, with 13 turns in total. All turns and straights on the course are flat. Some sanctioning bodies, such as the SCCA, use the shorter, 1.1 mile configuration for safety purposes. Any configuration may be used for drift racing.