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Heartland Park Topeka Heartland Park Topeka, one of the world's fastest tracks, is nationally known for record-breaking performances on its ultra-quick, quarter-mile dragstrip. The complex offers a 2.5 mile Grand Prix roadcourse, a 1.625 mile Club Course, a 1.75 mile stock car roadcourse, a state-of-the-art quarter-mile dragstrip, a nine-tenths mile off-road dirt course, a three-eighths mile dirt oval, numerous test track configurations, and a paddock for 600 race cars.

Nestled in the rolling Flint Hills, Heartland Park Topeka is surrounded by a patchwork quilt of colors -- lush greens, rich shades of gold and brown, and a big blue sky supplying spectacular sunsets. The complex was specifically designed to provide for the comfort of spectators and participants alike. Since its premier opening in August 1989, the motorsports complex has attracted thousands of spectators, and has been the setting for two motorsport world records.


Admission: Admission Based on each racing event.
Hours: Day long Hours. Racing season is from May to October.
Address: 7530 SW Topeka Blvd.
Phone: 800-43-RACES
Our Website:www.hpt.com/

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