|Location||Between San Luis Potosí and Rioverde|
|Broke ground||1983 (rebuilt in 2005)|
|Major events||NASCAR Corona Series |
NASCAR Mexico T4 Series
|Length||0.804 km (1/2 mi)|
|Banking||7° to 9°|
|Race lap record||0:21.706 (Rafael Martínez, #18 Canel's Ford, 2007, Corona Series)|
The track was opened in 1983 as a 0.77 miles (1.24 km) road course. It was built by Promotodo, an enterprise owned by Michel Jourdain Sr., which organized the defunct Marlboro Cup, which was arguably the most important racing series in the country at that time.
In 2005, after several years of not being used, the track was rebuilt as a half-mile oval to host NASCAR events.
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