CART confirms commitment from 15 venues

CART has confirmed 15 venues that are committed to the 2004 Champ Car World Series. No dates for the series, currently the subject of an acquisition proposal from purpose-formed US company Open Wheel Racing Series, have been released, but the final calendar is expected to comprise between 16 and 18 events. Las Vegas is the only new addition, which increases the series' oval tally to three, joining California Speedway and the Milwaukee Mile on the schedule

CART confirms commitment from 15 venues


Alongside Brands Hatch, situated in Kent, UK, three traditional CART venues - Laguna Seca, Mid-Ohio and Portland - are on a list marked "under consideration" for next year, along with the EuroSpeedway Lausitz oval in German and an unnamed track in "East Asia."

Champ Car World Series confirmed 2004 venues
California Speedway, Fontana, CA

Burke Lakefront Airport, Cleveland, OH

Denver, CO

Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, NV

Long Beach, CA

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City, Mexico

Miami, FL

The Milwaukee Mile, Milwaukee, WI

Fundidora Park, Monterrey, Mexico

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, Canada

Road America, Elkhart Lake, WI

St. Petersburg, FL


Surfers Paradisa, Australia

Toronto, Canada

Vancouver, Canada

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