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Miller Motorsports Park Tooele

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Miller Motorsports Park
2901 N. Sheep Lane, , Utah
Tooele
UT
84074
Tel: 435-277-7223

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Miller Motorsports Park is a state-of-the-art road racing facility for automobiles, motorcycles and karts located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City in Tooele, Utah. It is considered the finest facility of its type in North America. Opened in 2006, Miller Motorsports Park hosts many of the world's most significant racing series, including the American Le Mans Series, Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, NASCAR Grand National West Series, AMA Superbike Championship and, new for 2008, the FIM SUPERBIKE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, one of the top three racing series in the world.
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    I will start with the positive. The facility was nice. But from the perspective of event spectator/camping at the event.We attended the Lucas Oil Off Road race this past weekend. The Entertainment was awesome. But that is as far as I can go with my positive experience. From the time I entered the facility. I was amazed that this place can stay in business. The gate people did not take any tickets from me. They were not sure where I was suppose to park. Had no idea how the power was suppose to be divided between the camping spots $125 a night. The...Read More

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    Very nice race track and very fun weekend full of race goodies and gear. Loved the ford mustangs on display and had great seats to watch the action. Very friendly staff and racers were accommodating for auto's.

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    The best race track by far very clean restrooms paddock area is set up great for the teams. The hot pits was set up for excellent safety and a fun for all the crews members.
    Thank you Miller.

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    I have traveled all over the country racing and filming professionally at more than 25 tracks. Miller ranks the lowest out of all of them. Iv been coming to MMP since the day it opened and nothing has changed. Nice bathrooms. That about it.

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    Attended Wide Open Wednesday for the season closing - a few bucks and a helmet and you're on the track - Totally loved it. I was finishing the last run of the day on the autocross track pulling on the last straight and I heard something no one wants to - I'd blown a spark plug right out the side of my rotary engine.

    I parked and helped put up the cones and we found the spark plug undamaged. Justin the supervisor showed up and found a way to lift up the car long enough to thread the plug back in - it was not tightening all the way so I was nervous...Read More

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by Calvin Howard

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I will start with the positive. The facility was nice. But from the perspective of event spectator/camping at the event.We attended the Lucas Oil Off Road race this past weekend. The Entertainment was awesome. But that is as far as I can go with my positive experience. From the time I entered the facility. I was amazed that this place can stay in business. The gate people did not take any tickets from me. They were not sure where I was suppose to park. Had no idea how the power was suppose to be divided between the camping spots $125 a night. The spots are not big enough for large RV's. Did not have enough dump spots for lavatory service. 1 spot which was poor at best. We were sold $30 tickets which did not get us under a covered stand. This is in the desert,, very hot !!! We were told we could upgrade for $5 I would have given $30 to set under the cover. We tried and were told it was sold out for Saturday. So we went early for Sunday to upgrade. And was sold different color bands so the group could not all set together. CRAZY !!!! They have a zip line that was closed for the season for some special event.I watched it operate about 10 times the entire weekend. I could have made thousands of $$$ operating it for the general public.Our entire group wanted to try it.This could go on for pages. But I think I have made my point. I will be amazed if this place doesn't go bankrupt. Just a little bit of management would go a long way. ):

by Eric Nord

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Attended Wide Open Wednesday for the season closing - a few bucks and a helmet and you're on the track - Totally loved it. I was finishing the last run of the day on the autocross track pulling on the last straight and I heard something no one wants to - I'd blown a spark plug right out the side of my rotary engine.

I parked and helped put up the cones and we found the spark plug undamaged. Justin the supervisor showed up and found a way to lift up the car long enough to thread the plug back in - it was not tightening all the way so I was nervous driving home. Mike, the carting manager offered to follow me to SLC - once we got there I pulled over and offered him some cash or a gift card - he declined both. YMMV but man they made a really crappy situation turn into a great evening with a minor speed bump.

Justin - you have a quality team and you've earned a customer for life (and you didn't loose a car on the autocross all season!) Way to go! Thank you for the incredible experience and care you and your team provided.

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