- Autódromo Potosino
Name = Autódromo Potosino| Nicknames =
Location = Between San Luis Potosí and
Image_caption = Stock Cars racing into Turn 1 in front of a sellout crowd
Capacity = 8200
Broke_ground = 1983 (rebuilt in 2005)
NASCAR Corona Series
NASCAR Mexico T4 Series
Surface = Asphalt
Length_km = 0.804
Length_mi = 1/2
Turns = 4
Banking = 7° to 9°
Record_time = 0:21.706
Record_team = #18 Canel's Ford
Record_year = 2007
Record_class = Corona Series
The Autódromo Potosino is a half-mile paved oval located near the city of San Luis Potosí in Mexico.
The track was opened in 1983 as a convert|0.77|mi|km|2 road course. It was built by Promotodo, an enterprise owned by
Michel Jourdain, Sr., which organized the defunct Marlboro Cup, which was arguably the most important racing series in the country at that time.
In 2005, after several years of not being used, the track was rebuilt as a half-mile oval to host
The track is used primarily by the
NASCAR Corona Seriesand T4 Series. A few local events are also held.
* [http://www.automovilismodeportivo.com/content/2/module/news/op/displaystory/story_id/6530/format/html Desafío Corona y representantes de NASCAR en el Autódromo Potosino. (in Spanish)]
* [http://racetrax.org/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=7 Virtual screenshots of the old road course]
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