Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (iRacing)

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Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
MidOhio logo.png
Location Lexington, Ohio
Country Us.png USA
Full Course
2.25 mi
3.62 km
Chicane Course
2.4 mi
3.86 km
Short Course
2.0 mi
3.22 km
0.5 mi
0.8 km
Alternate Oval
0.5 mi
0.8 km


The Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course ranks among America’s premier road racing facilities. The track has hosted every major American road racing series worthy of the name, and the list of drivers who have stood atop Mid-Ohio’s victory podium is a Who’s Who of racing greats.

Constructed near Mansfield, OH in 1962 by Les Griebling and several prominent local businessmen, Mid-Ohio originally featured a 2.4 mile, 15 turn layout consisting of a blend of fast, medium and slow speed corners, one long straightaway and several dramatic elevation changes. Although the track was updated over the years, Jim Trueman (founder of the Red Roof Inn motel chain and TrueSports Racing) thoroughly modernized the facility after acquiring the track in 1982. In addition to a new garage, paddock and operations tower, the update tweaked the track layout by by-passing the Keyhole chicane, resulting in an optional 2.25 mile, 13 turn circuit.

Both configurations begin with the daunting Turn One, a blind, 100+ mph corner, include a roller-coaster series of esse bends known as “Madness” and conclude with a near-360 degree Carousel that has a virtually unlimited number of lines and apexes. More recently, a “short course” was created by connecting the exit of Turn One to the backstraightaway, and there is also a new mini-oval utilizing the Keyhole Hairpin and another 180 degree turn linking the track on the approach and exit to the Keyhole.

In its near-fifty year history, Mid-Ohio has hosted America’s premier racing series including the United States Road Racing Championship, Can-Am, Trans-Am and Formula 5000, along with IMSA, IndyCar and NASCAR races. As well, Mid-Ohio has long been a club racing mecca and enjoyed a 12 year run as the home of the Sports Car Club of America’s National Championship Runoffs from 1994 through 2005.


Race Results

iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series

Season Pole position Fastest lap Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2010 Gb.png Richard Towler Gb.png Richard Towler Fi.png Ilkka Haapala Orion Race Team
2011 Fi.png Jesse Nieminen Fi.png Klaus Kivekäs Br.png Hugo Luis My3id Gaming
2012 Br.png Hugo Luis Br.png Hugo Luis Fi.png Greger Huttu Team Redline

Porsche Esports Supercup

Season Pole position Race Fastest lap Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2019 Au.png Joshua K Rogers Sprint Us.png Mitchell deJong De.png Martin Krönke VRS Coanda Simsport YoutubeButton.png
Main Au.png Jarrad Filsell De.png Martin Krönke VRS Coanda Simsport