Utah Motosports Campus
Utah Motorsports Complex was formerly known as Miller Motorsports Park. Ground-breaking on Miller Motorsports Park took place on April 26, 2005 and the facility opened for its first track-day event on April 1, 2006.
Since then, the Utah Motorsports Complex has hosted some of the most prestigious international motorsports events from the likes of: The Pirelli World Challenge and National Auto Sport Association (NASA) National Championship for cars (and in previous years the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West), as well as MotoAmerica Superbike Challenge and, previously, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship for motorcycles.
UMC currently hosts the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series and has previously hosted the Ultra4 American Rock Sports Championship on our Off Road Short Course. In addition they host a variety of other professional and amateur racing series for both automobiles and motorcycles. They also have amateur and professional kart racing at the Kart Center.
More than just a racetrack, the Utah Motorsports Complex has banquet and meeting facilities, is the home to Rodizio Grill, and is great place to host outdoor events: UMC offers acres of open space, perfect for events. Some recent events that we have hosted include the Lantern Fest, the BattleFrog Endurance Race Series and the BlackLight Run.