|Location||462 Wilson Farm Road|
Calabogie, Ontario, Canada
|Major events||IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge Canada|
Canadian Touring Car Championship
Canadian Superbike Championship
|Surface||Polymer Modified Asphalt (Koch Stylink PG 70-34)|
|Length||5.05 km (3.05 mi)|
Calabogie Motorsports Park is a 5.05-kilometre (3.14 mi) race circuit 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of the community of Calabogie in the township of Greater Madawaska, Renfrew County, eastern Ontario, Canada. It hosts regional road racing and is the main circuit in the Ottawa metropolitan area.
The Park, which opened in September 2006, has played host to multiple club racing events. The track also been visit those two years by the Castrol Canadian touring Championship from 2007 to 2009.
The track previously hosted the Canadian Superbike Championship opening round in 2008 on the Stadium track, and on the full track in 2009.
The inaugural race of the GT3 Cup Challenge have been held from May 14 to May 15, 2011. This marked the first time the Challenge, which held 120 events and 255 championship rounds in 2011, was brought to Canada.
The Park received approval from the Ontario Power Authority to begin installing solar panels on the rooftop of the Park's 13,000-square-foot (1,208 m2) garage in an effort to combat air pollution by creating an alternative source of energy for the Park and surrounding area.
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