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Much more than just a racing club, Aspen Motorsports Park is full activity, full service fun get-a-way for the entire family. Within our 50 acres in the Rocky Mountains we offer members many different disciplines of motor sports and a full program of exciting events and activities. Our tracks include a 1.1 mile 8 turn road course, a motocross track, a go-kart track, a 1/4 mile dirt oval and a dirt rally cross track.
We routinely host exciting corporate driving and special celebrity events filled with racing fun and good cheer. Some of our past guests have included notables: Mario Andretti, Emerson Fitipaldi, Jimmy Vasser, Katherine Legge, and the Dallenbach family.
Twice a week is racing challenge! Members gather together for racing fun. Typically there is a qualifying session followed by 2 races, fast paced, wheel to wheel action is at hand as the Spec Racer Toyotas run the course. On select days members enjoy a follow up lunch and time to share the racing fun.
The Aspen Motorsports Park Club Membership is a member owned country club, but decidedly un-stuffy. There is no members-only club quite like Aspen Motorsports Park in the country. Our full service program and facilities include a clubhouse, locker room, mechanical assistance, vehicle maintenance and a host of facilities for a wide variety of events, At Aspen Motorsports Park our full service program make it easy to forget the usual automotive hassles and simply enjoy the pure joy of racing and driving.
If you crave some real time behind the wheel, or even if you just love being around
cars, The Aspen Motorsports Park is the place for you and your family! Join today
and join the fun!
Aspen Motorsports Park in Photos
In the 1950s Steering Wheel magazine described the town of Aspen as "the cradle of sports car racing in the Rocky Mountains." A mecca for enthusiasts, crowds traveled from long distances to
The first LeMans-style race through the unpaved streets of Aspen started in front of the Hotel Jerome in the summer of 1951. Yet as technology improved and the cars became faster, open-road racing became almost too exciting. Colorado Governor Edwin C. Johnson put an end to the fun in 1955, banning any racing on public roads.
Some Aspen locals couldn't imagine a summer without sports car races. They banded together to build the 1.1 mile track and on July 27, 1963 the first race was run. Represented that day were Formula Vee cars and Formula Juniors, along with Corvettes, a Cooper Junior, Maserati, Lancia, Lotus and Porsche. Critics pronounced the Aspen Raceways track fun and demanding. Attracting racing aficionados from around the world, it was second in Colorado only to now-defunct Continental Divide Raceways over the mountains in Castle Rock. The Sports Car Club of America has used the track, as have Porsche, Jaguar, Shelby, and Ferrari and Lotus clubs, Motorcycle groups,
car companies, and even bicycle racers.
In addition to offering Performance Driving and Winter Driving Days the track is home to the exclusive Aspen Racing and Racing Sports Car Club. The Club offers Memberships for the true Racing enthusiast with Weekly Racing, Unlimited Track use and events supported by a team of race engineers. Other Member benefits include include a GoKart Track with rental karts, an Enduro
track, Race Car storage and a Members Clubhouse. The Club Alumni includes many famous drivers and has also helped develop several current IMSA, SVRA, ALMS, PCA and SCCA competitors.
For Membership information contact us here
550 Raceway RD
Woody Creek, Colorado 81656
Tel: (970) 399-9664
Tues - Sun: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM