Chicagoland Speedway is a tri-oval shaped speedway. It is situated in Joliet Illinois in the southwest area of Chicago. Its length is 1.5 miles which is approximately 2.4-kilo meters. The ground of this track broke on 28th September 1999. This track was inaugurated in the year 2001. The total construction cost of this track is 130 million American Dollars. This track is hosting Nascar racing events. Events include the inaugural event at the Nascar Cup Series Chase for Championship. At the end of the year 2011, Chicago speedway also has the privilege of hosting the event that includes IndyCar Series, which contains various records of close finishes that include the closest finishes in the history of IndyCar series. This track is owned by International Speedway Corporation also operated by this corporation. Its location is at the adjacent of Route 66 Raceway. It has a capacity of 55000 fan seats. The architect of the track is HNTB Corporation. It has the surface of the asphalt. It has four turns and has same banking degree angle of 18. At the front stretch, it has an angle of 11 and at the backstretch, it has 5 degrees.
Chicagoland speedway’s length is divided by two major series that occurs at this track. Nascar time and score is using a length of 2.41 km. IRL time and score used a length of 2.45 k-meters.
The current events hosts by the track are; Nascar Xfinity Series – Owens Corning AttiCat 300 (June 2011–2015), Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 (2001–present). ARCA Racing Series – Scott 150 (2001–present). Drive for Safety 300 (September 2001–present). Nascar Camping World Truck Series – American Ethanol E15 225 (2009–present).