We are pleased to have found a new home at Lime Rock Park in the Northwest Hills of Connecticut!
A village in Connecticut’s Litchfield County, renowned for its vast historical, cultural and recreational resources,
Lime Rock Park's expansive grounds provide a dramatic setting for the Round Hill Highland Games.
Incredibly historic yet modern, with tremendous spectator viewing and fan-friendly in the extreme,
it is a beautiful venue and truly a park – even those who are not motorsports fans are familiar with Lime Rock Park.
Lime Rock Park is the most significantly historic road racing circuit in North America.
Its circuit remains exactly the same as when it opened in Spring of 1957, with 1.5 miles of up hill and down dale.
The track looks deceivingly simple but is immensely challenging to drive quickly.
It was Lime Rock Park that hosted the race that forever changed the face of motorsports in America, the 1959 Formula Libre event.
The best pros and the best amateurs in the best cars went head-to-head in a three-heat format.
Indy 500 winner Roger Ward won the contest in a midget, besting F1 cars and world championship sports cars.
Lime Rock’s history is inextricably entwined with that of sports car racing.
Almost all of the sport’s greats have raced here, from that industry changing Formula Libre race through the SCCA hay days
of the 1960s, 70s and 80s in Can-Am, F5000, Trans-Am and Atlantic as well as the Camel GTP and ALMS championships.
From the mid-1990s onward, Lime Rock has seen everything from ground-pounding NASCAR stockers and modifieds
to the technological tour de force IMSA prototypes.