Liberty Motorsports Park is a 2.45 mile long FIM/FIA specification designed racing facility. The Motorsports Park is a direct result of analysis of all the best attributes of prestigious American and European road racecourses. (FAQ Sheet Provided)
LMP Management has consulted with and is continually consulting with leading 4-wheel and 2-wheel experts about design and improvements. The design incorporates large amounts of run-off and absence of walls adjacent to impact areas to provide a safe environment for all to enjoy.
Participants will be able to enjoy a track that features both fast and slow sections on a track that is 40ft wide with 45ft wide straights. This again provides safety while allowing multiple opportunities for safe passing.
Lastly, over 40’ of elevation changes provide a fun factor for all to enjoy.
Whether your a professional competing at the highest levels of competition or an occasional enthusiast that wants to feel the thrill of your Ford Mustang, LMP has it all covered for you with our world-class track design.
About the track turn by turn (track map)
Turn one - Simply put, it won't get any better for the Motorsports enthusiast than turn one at Liberty Motorsports Park. After completing a run down the 2000ft front straight that rolls over a gentle rise, racers may think they are on the straight at Phillip Island, but turn one will appear and hard breaking is required to prepare for the turn one uphill right handed turn. Technical racers will love the slightly uphill entrance to turn one as this will allow maximum braking and high cornering speeds, while enthusiasts new to the sport will like the safety margin provided by the uphill braking zone. As the driver apexes through the turn, they will look slightly uphill as they prepare for the somewhat blind turn two.
Turns two/three - After getting a run on the 390ft straight after turn one, drivers will turn left up a gently rolling hill into the uphill left-hander. Just as the driver cleanly negotiates turn 2, the track will level and then begin to drop on the 300ft run between turns two and three. With 15ft of elevation change betweens turns one and three, drivers are going to love the sensation and the challenge of of the land's topography. Just as the driver is feeling comfortable, a technical lefthander will run down the beautiful hillside and drivers will then begin a 420 foot run to turn 4.
Turns four/five/six/seven/eight - This series of turns will define the technical nature of Liberty Motorsports Park and be a critical component of the track's personality and soul as every one of these turns and the connecting straights traverse 30 feet of total elevation change. The uphill and downhill tendencies with "clean" turns will make these turns a favorite among technical drivers.
Turns nine/ten/eleven/twelve - What can you say besides, "Cool!". Racers and participants will be putting on a show for the residents of Liberty Villas. Overlooking the track, Villa owners will watch great passing and a lot speed generated on the 900ft straight between turns 10 & 11.
Turn thirteen - A lot of fun and purely technical for the advanced driver. How quickly you go through and come out will completely depend on your line and speed coming in. It will be one of the best turns for technical passing.
Turn fourteen/fifteen - This will be the spectator's dream come true. During spectator events, hospitality tents will line the area overlooking these turns while drivers set up for a drive to the finish line. These turns were setup with a a spirit of the stadium section of Hockenheimring where drivers would emerge from the backside of the fast course and enter into a final set of turns that lead to the start/finish straight. Upon final design, it is expected that these turns will be "tightened" up a bit to increase the technical nature of the section as well as reduce the speeds carried onto the front straight.
Pit entrance and exit - Excitement on the circuit should be limited to the track itself not the entrance and exit of the track. The pit entrance and exit are designed to provide smooth blending so that drivers on the track do not need to break rhythm to safely merge with vehicles entering or exiting the track.