Autodrome Saint-Eustache facts for kids
|Major Events||NASCAR Pinty's Series
National 250 presented by Public Mobile
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship
CASCAR Super Series
|Circuit Length||1.1 mi (1.78 km)|
The Autodrome Saint-Eustache was a motor sport complex in Saint-Eustache, Quebec, Canada established in 1965, which contained a .40-mile paved oval and a 1.1-mile paved road course with hot pits, grandstands and services.
The oval circuit hosted NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly racing, with drivers racing for both the province (Quebec) and the rest of North America. Its premier event was the NASCAR Pinty's Series which raced at the track since the creation of the series. The track also formerly held CASCAR Super Series events.
In an agreement with the City of Saint-Eustache, the property was sold to Hydro-Quebec at the end of the 2019 racing season. The expanding infrastructure of the city of Saint-Eustache was cited as the main reason for the track's demise.
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