HIGHLIGHTS

  • Minimum of three (3) 30-minute sessions per day
  • Arrive & Drive, everything is included
  • Instructors are current and past professional racers and champions
  • Data and video debrief sessions with instructor are available

A combination of high speed straights and technical turn complexes makes Mid-Ohio one of the more challenging race tracks in the country. One of the more unique aspects of Mid-Ohio is its separate starting line, just after Turn 3, and restart/finish line, on the pit straight.

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TRACK INFORMATION
7721 Lexington Steam Corners Rd., Lexington, Ohio | 40.690186°, -82.635230°
2.4 miles, 14 turns

AIRPORTS
John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) – 50 miles
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) – 63 miles

DIRECTIONS
From Columbus – I-71 North toward Cleveland to Exit 165, OH-97. Turn left onto OH-97. Turn left onto East Main St./US-42. Turn left onto Lexington Steam Corners Rd. Follow signs to the track, on the right.

From Cleveland – I-71 South toward Columbus to Exit 169, OH-13. Turn left onto OH-13. Turn right onto Orchard Park Rd/County Hwy-322. Turn right again to continue on Orchard Park Rd/County Hwy-322. Turn left onto Lexington Ave/US-42. Continue straight onto W Main St/OH-97. Take second left onto Lexington Steam Corners Rd. Follow signs to the track, on the right.

LODGING

Hampton Inn Mansfield-South @I-71
2220 South Main Street, Mansfield, Ohio, 44907
(
419) 774-1010 | hamptoninn.com

Visitors to our Hampton Inn & Suites Mansfield-South @ I-71 hotel will find much to do, from exploring the historic landmarks of the Shaw Shank Trail to taking the kids on a ride they’ll never forget at the Carrousel Park. Go hiking or canoeing at the Mohican State Park. Visit Malabar Farm, founded on the legacy of American author and conservationist, Louis Bromfield. View the beauty of our world at the Kingwood Center or Gorman Nature Center, both a short drive from our front doors. Nearby there are also unique indoor activities such as a tour at the Ohio State Reformatory or the Little Buckeyes Children’s Museum.