Red Bull GRC Reveals Phoenix Track Layout

By NBC Sports

There’s a little over one month until the new Red Bull Global Rallycross season kicks off at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park outside of Phoenix.  

The season kicks off with a brand new doubleheader, featuring dual finals on Saturday and Sunday for the Supercar and GRC Lites classes.  The series today revealed its course layout, a 0.929-mile course that looks to have a nice mix of low, medium and high speed corners with one really long straight.

At .929 miles, the 12-turn course will feature a challenging mix of long straightaways, technical rhythm sections, and the series’ signature 70-foot jump. Drivers will break off into the joker lap with a hard right after turn eight, rejoining the track before another hard right leading into the course’s longest straightaway.

The course finishes with a tight right-hander before charging to the finish line.

Fans will be treated to exceptional views of the entire track with elevated grandstand seating around the course.

The paddock is located to the outside of turns one and two, allowing fans easy access to check out the cars and meet drivers between on-track action.

The full details from the series are linked here,via the series website.

In the interim, check out the course above. The season opens May 21 and 22 in Phoenix; TV coverage airs at 2 p.m. ET on NBCSN on Sunday, May 22