The NCM Motorsports Park is a 419-acres motorsport complex owned and managed by the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The track is right next door to the actual Corvette Assembly Plant, offering drivers of all ages and experience levels the opportunity to race their vehicles in a modern and safe facility. Top speeds of 180 mph are possible in the 2300-feet main straight, so it's no wonder why high-velocity lovers from all around the Bluegrass State flock into the park to test their skills behind the wheel. For a 200$ fee, aspiring racers and motorsport enthusiasts can get their hands in Ferrari, a Lamborghini, or a Porsche in the museum for a test ride.
The bluegrass state has a humid subtropical climate, with 120 days of rainfall a year, 14 more than the US average. That means it is not unlikely to find a wet surface in the NCM Motorsports Park. There are several layouts available for motorcycle, automobile, and go-karting in the park. A 1-miler East Course with ten turns and a 2-miler West Course with 13 turns offer many different track configurations when combined. The 23-turn Full Course is the most popular one, with two straightaway sections to reach top speeds.
The NCM Motorsports Park Grand Course is a 3.15-mile racing circuit with an average lap time of 2:19.181 and 81 mph average speed. The main straightaway is 2300 feet long and offers ample runoffs and passing opportunities at velocities up to 200 mph. The west and the east courses come together into this layout, making it the default configuration for amateur races and exhibitions. This layout has all the elevation changes and technical corner combinations in the park, so this is the trajectory you need to cover to enjoy NCM Motorsports Park's premium driving experience.