Glenville Driving Track

Located in Cleveland, south of St.Clair Avenue between East 88th and 101st, Glenville Driving Track was opened in 1870 as a trotting track. It was used for motor-racing from 1897 to 1908 - the circuit was torn down in 1909 after mayor Frederick Goff of Glenville declared betting illegal, and the horse trotting racing moved to Randall Park instead.