Barber Motorsports Park is a multi-purpose racing facility located in Leeds, Alabama

16-turn, 2.38-mile (3.83 km) road course, designed by Alan Wilson, The track is designed to be run clockwise. The layout is compact, with a number of elevation changes. The park, which opened in 2003,  viewable from several naturally wooded or grass-covered banks. The track is designed to be run clockwise. The layout is compact, with a number of elevation changes. The pit lane is to the outside of the track, parallel to the front stretch; the pit wall is on the driver’s left. Two cutoff turns, which are barricaded when not in use, allow the track to be shortened for club events or testing sessions. During the 2012 off season, much of the track surface was ground using a diamond grinder. This will prolong the life of the track’s surface as well as add grip for the cars and bikes who race there. This track is great! Check this out for even more info this famous track.