Bremerton Motorsports Park is a multi-purpose motorsports facility located outside Bremerton and Port Orchard in the state of Washington, USA.
Bremerton Motorsports Park is located at the site of an inactive airfield. It has no permanent facilities, but often hosts drag races, autocrosses, drifting and driving events on a temporary, 1.1 mile-long road course, hosted by organizations including the NWAROC.
Evergreen Speedway is an oval track located Monroe, Washington. The layout of the track is unique in that it incorporates a 5/8-mile paved outer oval, a 3/8-mile paved inner oval, a 1/5-mile paved inner oval, a 1/8-mile dragstrip, and a nationally renowned figure-eight track, a 1/5-mile oval and a 3/4-mile road course.
Pacific Raceways is a mixed-use road racing facility near Kent, Washington. The race track was constructed in 1959 and opened in 1960. The track was originally named Pacific Raceways, then became known as Seattle International Raceways in 1976. After the landowner regained control of the track in 2002, the name was reverted to Pacific Raceways.
The Ridge Motorsports Park was completed in 2012 and is a purpose built race track located near Shelton, WA. THere are plans to add a quarter-mile drag strip, a fuel station, garages, bathrooms, showers and a campground. Currently, there is a paved staging area that can hold 200+ cars, equipment and trailers.