New Jersey Motorsports Park, or NJP, is a road circuit “Motorsports Park” located at Millville, Cumberland County, NJ, USA. It is owned by Richard Childress Racing, the official racing team of the famous and powerful NASCAR Corporation. Located in Brick, NJ, NJP has three tracks: Millville Raceway Park (closed but open during off-season), a dirt oval in Hamilton Township, and a short track in Hamilton Farms. This NJP racing property is located on the southern border of Essex County in Monmouth County.
The layout of this motorsport park is divided into two sections. The first section of the track is oval, and it consists of a one-mile oval with an eight-turn road course, and also includes a wooded area for track builders and landscapers. The second section of the facility is a paved road course and features a shorter track, which is just over two miles long. The tracks have been designed to work well together and are meant to offer many opportunities for racers to showcase their skills and experience, as well as provide a venue for amateur and professional racers to test their abilities.
When it comes to driving on the NJP racetrack, many different types of vehicles are allowed on the race tracks. One type of vehicle that is not allowed is any kind of ATV or dirt bike. Both of these types of vehicles are extremely dangerous for the drivers, and there are many instances of serious injuries from accidents involving these kinds of vehicles. Other sports vehicles such as dirt bikes and motorcycles are also not permitted on NJP racetracks. This includes electric scooters and mopeds.
Even though NJP is located on New Jersey's borders, the tracks are located in New York City, so most races take place during the day and in the evening. As one would expect, parking is often very limited, especially in rural areas where the races take place.
In addition to being a road circuit, NJP is actually a four-track system. In the early days of the facility, the tracks were divided into three sections. But as more racers began to drive their cars to the track, the tracks were extended to include four complete tracks. These four tracks are now open for each race weekend. Each track features a short straightaway, the final lap, a left-hand-turn, a high speed corner, and a low speed straightaway.
Because of the popularity of NJP, the tracks themselves are open to the public for viewing when they aren't in use. So even when you're not racing on the NJP racetrack, you can still catch the action at all four tracks and enjoy a great time watching other motor-racing enthusiasts. If you're interested in attending a race, but not feeling up to racing, you can stop by and see what is going on with the NJP crew and the racers who are participating.
Another reason that NJP is such a popular choice for weekend getaways is because it is close to many metropolitan areas, such as New York City and Atlantic City, New Jersey. The race tracks are also located in close proximity to several international airports, including John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. That means that if you're flying into one of those airports and you don't have to stay at the hotel where you're staying, you can head right to the NJP racetrack.
Another reason that NJP is popular with spectators is because it is not like most tracks. The tracks have a flat out section, allowing the driver to be as close to the action as possible, while still providing enough room for spectators to get in and out as well.