Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is a track for auto racing. It is situated in Troy Township, Morrow County, Ohio, US. It is just outside of the village of Lexington. The track was opened as a 15-turn. It has a length of 2.4-mile road which runs clockwise. The back portion of the track is allowing speed that approaches 180 mph. The separate start line is available on backstretch which allows for safe roll starting. Regular start & finish line is available on the pit straight. In the year of 1990, the track went through a renovation. A brand new wall was built in the entire course that was widened, resurfaced and concrete was covered at apexes of all turns to prevent deterioration of asphalt surface. In the year 1990, the CART series started utilizing the 2.258-mile course. In the year 2006, there was a second big renovation which has several changes. The whole track was again changed and granite patch at turns was removed. A new motorcycle "small track" has been created by connecting backstretch with turn one. The improvements also include a motocross facility that has been closed since. The grandstand has seats for 10000 fans, three observation alongside the track increased the capacity over 75,000.
Major events are Honda 200; Verizon IndyCar Series (2007-Present) and Nationwide Children's Hospital 200. Nascar Xfinity Series (2013-Present); Honda Super Cycle Weekend presented by Dunlop Tire and AMA Pro Racing. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Challenge; American Le Mans Series (2001-2002), (2004-2012). EMCO Gears Classic presented by KeyBank; Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series (2000-2001), (2003-2013).
There is a driving school named Mid-Ohio School that was founded in the year 1993. The Mid-Ohio School is offering licensed drivers and bike riders multiple programs defensive driving manner and high-performance driving and performance track rides multiple programs. Students in each track take part in classrooms and private instructions & also in group drills.