Auto Club Speedway

Located 50 miles east of Los Angeles, Auto Club Speedway (formerly California Speedway) is a two-mile, low-banked, D-shaped oval superspeedway (one of the fastest on the circuit) which has hosted NASCAR racing annually since 1997. The track is owned and operated by International Speedway Corporation. Today, California’s premier motorsports facility, hosts over 320 days of track activity including a quarter-mile championship dragstrip at Auto Club Dragway, full-service karting facilities and various racing schools and experiences.

9300 Cherry Avenue
Fontana, CA 92335

Length: 2.8 / 2.36 miles
Turns: 21
Area: 568 Acres

Garage and Paddock Area Safety

Being around the paddock and garage areas requires paying attention to your surroundings. Below is a partial list of important safety rules to know so your experience at the SpeedTour event remains safe and fun.

Pay attention to your surroundings
The paddock area and garages contain heavy machinery and moving vehicles of all sizes- especially before, during, and after driving sessions. Use extreme caution near moving vehicles and heavy equipment.

Wear appropriate clothing or protective gear when necessary
If planning to visit the garages and paddock areas, select clothing that is suitable and safe for being in those active areas. 

  • Wear close-toe shoes.
  • Wear ear protection around running vehicles. Ear protection may be available for purchase from vendors or the track souvenir store. Children must have ear protection around running vehicles.
  • Secure long hair or loose jewelry and clothing accessories.

Children / Minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times
SpeedTour events are family-friendly and children are welcome to be part of the fun. All children/minors require adult supervision at all times. The paddock area and garages are surrounded by moving vehicles of all sizes and heavy machinery so it is imperative to keep a watchful eye on all children/minors in your party.

Be respectful of others’ property
Please do not touch the property of others while visiting the team garages. Many of the friendly crew members will be happy to allow close-up looks of the race vehicles, and sometimes even allow photo oppurtunities inside the racecars, but please do not touch any items without permission.