The Road America Track in Plymouth, Wisconsin

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Situated on 640 acres of former farmland near Wisconsin’s Elkhart Lake, Road America was established in 1955, and in the following decades gained recognition as a world-class racetrack that hosts internationally renowned events featuring all manner of supercars and hypercars — including the 2017 Ferrari Challenge. With over 800,000 visitors and 425 events each year, we’re proud to be familiar with this track — and driving your Prancing Horse on the course is a worthy celebration of the car’s world-class performance.


Road America Track Details

The Road America track is 4.048 miles and features 14 turns. It’s a beautiful environment filled with ravines and rolling hills, and the track itself is renowned as one of the world’s most challenging road courses. While the facility has implemented millions of dollars worth of improvements since its founding in 1955, the configuration of the track has never been changed — a testament to its timeless design.

Where is Road America’s Racetrack?

Road America is located at N7390 State Hwy 67 in Plymouth, Wisconsin, and is near both Lake Elkhart and Crystal Lake, with LaBudde Creek running alongside the grounds. Road America is also close in proximity to Kettle Moraine State Park, Kohler, and Sheboygan.

 
Road America Track

Driving Options

There are plenty of ways to enjoy Road America’s track, including:

  • Track Days: Owners of high-performance vehicles can drive their cars on the world-renowned course during Road America’s Track Days. These aren’t competitive events, but are instead instructional, and designed to help you improve your driving skills. Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced courses are offered.
  • Test & Tune: Learn the track and break in your new vehicle on these semi-private test days.
  • Drivers Club: In addition to a variety of benefits and perks at the complex itself, the Drivers Club is an incredible way to spend as much time on the track as possible.
 


Learn More With Continental AutoSports Ferrari

Road America is just one of many exceptional racetracks that the United States has to offer, and it’s one that the team at Continental AutoSports Ferrari knows well. If you’d like to know more, or to learn about some of the events we’re involved with, contact Continental AutoSports Ferrari. From Indianapolis to Milwaukee and beyond, we’re here to help you with all of your Ferrari needs and desires from our home in Chicagoland.


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