|Location||Madison, United States of America|
|Circuit Direction||Anti clockwise|
World Wide Technology Raceway, previously known as Gateway Motorsports Park, is a well-known famous track located in Madison, Illinois. It was opened in the year 1970 with the name 'Gateway International Raceway'. Owned by Curtis Francois, World Wide Technology Raceway hosted its first major event as 'CART series', held on May 24 1997. This car race track is also known for its 'Camping World Truck Series' that attracts motorsports lovers worldwide. The raceway facilities were owned by Dover Motorsports, a group that also owned Memphis International Raceway, along with Dover International Speedway and Nashville Superspeedway. Following closure on November 3, 2010, on September 8, 2011, it was announced that the facility would be reopened by St. Louis real estate developer and former Indy Lights driver Curtis Francois.
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