Five-time US Rally champion Travis Pastrana has released the first details of a new rallycross track in his home state of Maryland.
The circuit named Circuit 199 will be the second purpose-built rallycross track by Pastrana after the success of Nitro Rallycross at the Utah Motorsports Campus.
It is expected that Circuit 199 will have similar features to the groundbreaking Utah track including huge jumps, banked turns and multiple routes.
Pastrana said: “Our goal is to be a positive outlet in the community. We want to build a facility that promotes fitness, camaraderie, and provides entertainment as well as economic growth for our community.
“We want to open our doors for local charity events whenever possible and we want to give people access to top driver and rider coaches who can help coach and mentor everyone from beginners through the most elite.
“I want to spend time with my family, outside and active, doing what we all love together. That’s why I chose Maryland. This is our home.”
Circuit 199 will host all forms of motorsport from karting up to rallycross Supercars. It has already been confirmed that kart racing, Supermoto, side-by-side (SxS), flat track motorcycle racing and spec series car races will be hosted at the track.
The upcoming Nitro Rallycross series will also be hosted at the venue.