Chicagoland Speedway (iRacing)

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Chicagoland Speedway
Chicagoland logo.png
Location Joliet, Illinois
Country Us.png USA
1.5 mi
2.41 km


Built at a cost of $130 million, Chicagoland Speedway is a world class motor sports complex in Joliet, IL featuring a 1.5 mile superspeedway together with a state-of-the-art drag strip at the adjacent Route 66 Raceway.

Although it’s tempting to lump the 1.5 mile oval with the bevy of so-called “intermediate” ovals that rose across the country in the 1990s and early years of the 21st century, Chicagoland’s layout is unique. It’s an oval that never truly straightens out thanks to a couple of kinks on the frontstretch and a backstretch that is one long, continuous curve. As a result, Chicagoland poses unique challenges, not just to those who drive it but to the engineers and mechanics who must fine-tune their cars to the track’s singular character.

Since opening for business in 2001, Chicagoland established a rich lore including two of the closest finishes in IndyCar history with Sam Hornish, Jr. beating Al Unser, Jr. by .0024s in 2002 and Helio Castroneves pipping Scott Dixon by .033s in the 2008 season finale. Chicagoland has proven equally competitive for race cars sporting fenders, witness that fact that many a winner of the annual NASCAR Sprint Cup race started outside the top ten with Kevin Harvick (32nd) and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (25th) just two to make the turn into Victory Lane after starting deep in the pack.


Race Results

eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series

Season Pole position Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2010 Gb.png Richard Towler Us.png Derek Wood
2011 Us.png Josh Parker Us.png Brad Davies
2012 Us.png Nick Ottinger Us.png Ray Alfalla
Us.png Kevin King Us.png Ray Alfalla
2013 Us.png Byron Daley Us.png Tyler D Hudson One Up Motorsport YoutubeButton.png
2015 Us.png Justin Bolton Us.png Ray Alfalla Slip Angle Motorsports YoutubeButton.png
2016 Us.png Ray Alfalla Us.png PJ Stergios ineX Racing YoutubeButton.png
2017 Us.png Zack Novak Us.png Taylor Hurst Aero Precision Chassiswerks YoutubeButton.png
2018 No.png Jarl Teien Us.png Zack Novak Lockdown Racing YoutubeButton.png
2019 Us.png Bobby Zalenski Ca.png Keegan Leahy G2 Esports YoutubeButton.png