A 1.4 mile, 10 turn street circuit designed by D3 Motorsports for the
2005 Champ Car World Series. The San Jose Redevelopment Agency invested
£1.6 million in infrastructure for the event, with the majority of the
money coming from the cancer research group The Canary Fund, which
used the event to generate publicity for its cause. The track crosses rail tracks,
which caused the cars to take off, and a chicane had to be inserted before race
day to make the track safe.
The track was considerably modified for the 2006 Champ Car race, and the above
layout was used - it was 1.443 miles long.
San Jose was also the site of a one mile dirt oval used from 1903 through to
the 12th November 1912.