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A comprehensive motorsports facility, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course features a permanent road-racing circuit with two primary configurations: a 2.4-mile, 15-turn (used for AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days), and a 2.25-mile, 13-turn circuit (used for all other major events). Located 60 miles north of Columbus and 75 miles south of Cleveland near Mansfield, the track has been called "The Most Competitive in the U.S." and annually hosts a diversity of locally, regionally and nationally sanctioned racing events for amateur, club and professional drivers and riders.
Founded in 2009 by veteran motorsports executives Kim Green and Kevin Savoree, Green Savoree Racing Promotions is a privately held motorsports event ownership and management company. In working together since 1993, Green and Savoree have won four IndyCar championships, three Indy 500s and the 12 Hours of Sebring as team principals, and established the Indy Racing League’s first street race in 2004. Headquartered in Indianapolis, the firm owns and promotes multiple professional racing events in North America, including the Honda Indy Toronto and Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
The logo for Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is comprised of many different flags used for road courses. Below is a description of each flag.
Blue and Orange:
Courtesy flag to warn drivers that the leaders are approaching them and ask them to "move over." Only optional flag
Warns drivers to slow down and not pass because of a hazard on the race track
All competition must stop
Race is over
Beginning or resumption of competition
Yellow and Red:
Warns drivers of a slippery track due to water or oil
White and Red:
Indicates that emergency vehicles are on the track.
Shown to a driver to immediately enter the pits because they have broken a rule