Sonoma Raceway once called Sears Point Raceway and also with another name as Infineon Raceway. It is situated in the south of the Mountains of Sonoma at California USA. It is owned and operated by Speedway Motorsports Corporation. The tracks ground broke on 1967. It was opened for the race in 1968. It has a capacity of 47000 seats for its fans. The total manufacturing cost of this track is $70 million American Dollars. It has multiple course tracks. It has Full Course Track having asphalt surface. It has a length of 2.52 miles with a total of 12 turns. It has lap record of 1:21:688 time made by Marco Werner at the Audi Sports North America in 2004. The track has another course named as Nascar Course with a surface of the asphalt. It has a length of 1.99 miles with 10 turns. It has a lap record of 1:14.186 time made by Kyle Larson at the Nascar Cup Series event in 2015. Sonoma Raceway also has a track for motorcycle racing that is IndyCar or Motocycle Course. It has asphalt surface with a length of 2.22 miles having total 11 turns. It has a lap record of 1:16.4913 time made by Ryan Briscoe at Chip Ganassi Racing in 2005.
Main events that Sonoma Raceway is hosting now include; Sonoma Drift Series, Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series, Verizon IndyCar Series, NHRA, Formula D, AMA Superbike, Formula Car Challenge, TTXGP race, AFM Motorcycle Racing, SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge, Nascar K&N Pro Series West, Ferrari Challenge, 24 Hours of LeMons, San Francisco Region SCCA and National Auto Sport Association.
Former race events hosted by this track include; Grand Am (2006–2008), American Le Mans Series (1999–2005), Trans Am Series (1969, 1978, 1981–1993, 1995, 2001), IMSA GT Series (1976–97), Can-Am Series (1977, 1980, 1984), Camping World Truck Series (1995–1998), Formula 5000 (1969–1970) and World Touring Car Championship (2012–2013).
This track has its fame in the video games and some games that featured the Sonoma track include; Papyrus’s Nascar Racing for the desktop computers that was introduced in 1994.