Our Founders Group is filling in nicely with like-minded enthusiasts as we work our way toward a groundbreaking and ribbon cutting. You don’t have to be a racer to join!
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Road Course Access
Take One Lap at Circuit of the Northwest
Check out what it feels like to drive a lap at the race track.
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Pepsico Beverages North America Named Official Beverage Partner
On December 2, 2022 we are proud to announce that PepsiCo Beverages North America is now the official beverage partner of the Circuit of the Northwest.
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Public Facilities Phase 3 Update
Circuit of the Northwest Road Course Drive (Condominiums)
Check out a short promo video of the Road Course. This is the closest thing to driving the real course in a real car. Click here for the video on YouTube.
Circuit of the Northwest Continues the Next Stages of Development
BREMERTON, Wash. (November 1, 2021) – Following a successful ceremonial groundbreaking on October 19, 2020, the Circuit of the Northwest now enters the next phase in bringing a world-class racing destination and motorsports facility to the Pacific Northwest. Under the guidance and care of the Port of Bremerton, clearing work was completed November 23, 2021, to highlight the natural contours of the land featured in the racetrack design. Construction of the 232-acre, multi-use facility and 2.34-mile, multi-use circuit continues and is expected to be completed by 2023.
“The Circuit of the Northwest will put the Pacific Northwest on the map as a world-class racing destination, delivering an unparalleled member experience for the region,” said Brian Nilsen, local business owner and founder of the Circuit of the Northwest. “The overwhelming support that we’ve received for this project has been incredible so far. We are thrilled to be at this point in the development process of transforming the site.”
Unlike many racing destinations across the U.S., the design of the Circuit of the Northwest embraces the natural terrain of the area, providing challenging turns and up to 80 feet of elevation changes, coupled with an unparalleled view of the Olympic Mountain Range. The careful attention to the clearing process is necessary to ensure a soft footprint on the land to prepare for final design work by renowned racecourse designer Hermann Tilke.
When complete, the new multi-use facility will feature: