Phoenix International Raceway
Phoenix Raceway
Phoenix Raceway - Avondale, AZ
Phoenix International Raceway - Phoenix, Arizona
EVENT DETAILS
Phoenix Raceway
07Apr
TBD 
Network To Be Announced
INDYCAR Radio Network
Phoenix International Raceway
About the track

Phoenix Raceway is a one-mile, low-banked tri-oval race track located in Avondale, Arizona opened in 1964 with a currently-estimated grandstand seating capacity of around 67,000. Lights were installed around the track in 2004. One of the signature features of the is the "dogleg" at the exit of Turn 2, to which in 2019 will see the start-finish line moved to the "dogleg". A.J. Foyt won the track's first oval race, a 100-mile USAC event at an average speed of 107.536 mph.

On-Track Schedule Download Schedule
Apr7
Saturday
Race
12:00 - 12:00 AM
Past track winners
Simon Pagenaud / 2017
Scott Dixon / 2016
Sam Hornish, Jr. / 2005
Tony Kanaan / 2004
Tony Kanaan / 2003
Helio Castroneves / 2002
Sam Hornish, Jr. / 2001
Buddy Lazier / 2000
Scott Goodyear / 1999
Scott Sharp / 1998
Jim Guthrie / 1997
Arie Luyendyk / 1996
Robby Gordon / 1995
Emerson Fittipaldi / 1994
Mario Andretti / 1993
Bobby Rahal / 1992
Arie Luyendyk / 1991
Rick Mears / 1990
Rick Mears / 1989
Mario Andretti / 1988
Roberto Guerrero / 1987
Michael Andretti / 1986
Kevin Cogan / 1986
Al Unser / 1985
Bobby Rahal / 1984
Tom Sneva / 1984
Teo Fabi / 1983
Tom Sneva / 1982
Rick Mears / 1982
Tom Sneva / 1981
Johnny Rutherford / 1981
Tom Sneva / 1980
Al Unser / 1979
Gordon Johncock / 1979
Johnny Rutherford / 1978
Gordon Johncock / 1978
Gordon Johncock / 1977
Johnny Rutherford / 1977
Al Unser / 1976
Bobby Unser / 1976
A.J. Foyt / 1975
Johnny Rutherford / 1975
Gordon Johncock / 1974
Mike Mosley / 1974
Gordon Johncock / 1973
Bobby Unser / 1972
Bobby Unser / 1972
A.J. Foyt / 1971
Al Unser / 1971
Swede Savage / 1970
Al Unser / 1970
Al Unser / 1969
George Follmer / 1969
Gary Bettenhausen / 1968
Bobby Unser / 1968
Mario Andretti / 1967
Lloyd Ruby / 1967
Mario Andretti / 1966
Jim McElreath / 1966
A.J. Foyt / 1965
Don Branson / 1965
Lloyd Ruby / 1964
A.J. Foyt / 1964