Pacific Raceways

Since opening in Kent in 1960, Pacific Raceways motorsports facility has hosted some of the world’s most notable road- and drag-racing events and drivers. The legendary 2.5-mile, nine-turn course is known for its quick elevation change of 110 feet in less than one-half mile. In 1969, Mario Andretti used a late season victory at Pacific Raceways to catapult his way to a USAC National Championship. In addition to hosting multiple road-racing and drag-racing events throughout the year, the course is also a training ground for law enforcement agencies throughout the Northwest who rent the facility to practice pursuit driving.