- Approximately an hour north of Los Angeles
- 600 acre complex of 8 racetracks
- One of the most popular testing and club racing facilities in Southern California
Willow Springs International Raceway
In the southern California desert sits Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond, California. This facility resides just a short drive from Lancaster, Palmdale, Tehachapi, and Mojave, a popular location for aircraft and spacecraft test flights. Known as "The fastest road in the west," this complex is actually made up of 8 different tracks for a variety of uses from go karts to formula cars, for both testing and racing purposes. Our school operates primarily on the Streets course, which contains sets of twists, turns, and elevation changes to keep every level driver busy.
Easy to get to, the facility is located off the 14 freeway in Rosamond, just north of the 138 and south of the 58. Cars have been racing here continuously since 1953, which interested and prompted the state to recognize the facility as an Official California Point of Historical interest in 1996. Willow Springs is responsible for the first 24 hour motorcycle endurance race, the first kart road race, the first California Sports Car Club race on a purpose-built course, and many more historic moments.