Oakland Motordrome

Operational between the 23rd April 1911 and the 21st April 1912, Oakland Motordrome was a half mile wooden perfectly circular track built by Jack Prince, the track being banked at 40 degrees. The track was a smaller version of the Los Angeles Motordrome, and was built in the town of Elmhurst. Elmhurst was later consolidated into Oakland, the name disappearing.