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Circuit Riverside Speedway Ste-Croix

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Circuit Riverside Speedway Ste-Croix
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LocationRoute 132, Sainte-Croix, Québec
Time zoneEST/EDT (-0500/-0400)
Coordinates46°37′55″N 71°47′17″W / 46.63194°N 71.78806°W / 46.63194; -71.78806 (Circuit Riverside Speedway Ste-Croix)
Capacity5,000
OwnerJean and Guillaume Bergeron
Opened1971
Former namesCircuit Ste-Croix, Circuit Québec Ste-Croix
Major eventsSérie ACT
(Present)

Pirelli World Challenge
(2000)

CASCAR Super Series
(1996-1999)
Oval
SurfaceAsphalt
Length0.9 km (0.625 mi)
Turns4
Road course
SurfaceAsphalt
Length1.7 km (1.06 mi)
Turns9
Websiteriverside-speedway.ca/cms/

The Circuit Riverside Speedway Ste-Croix is a multi-track motorsport venue located in Sainte-Croix, Quebec (Canada), approximatively 60 km west of Quebec City, on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River. The facility features a 5/8-mile length oval speedway and a 1,7 km 9-turn road course.

The configuration of the oval track, long straights with tight curves, reminiscent of the famous Martinsville Speedway in Virginia.

The track opened in 1971 but closed just three years later in 1974 due to financial problems. The oval track was relaunched in 1985 thanks to a new promoter. The track hosted many races of the American Canadian Tour series, whether the ACT Pro Stock Tour, the ACT Late Model Tour or Quebec's Série ACT.

The original road course was of 2.5 km length, using the oval track and climbing the hill near Route 132. A new shorter road course (1.7 km) was laid out in 2000, still using the oval track.

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This page was last edited on 18 December 2019, at 17:25
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