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- Gaughan did not get back to victory lane in 2016 but scored 4 top 5s and 16 top tens throughout the season including a 2nd place at Road America(the site of his first win).
- On June 1, 2013, Roger Penske announced that Allmendinger would drive for his team at Road America and the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
- He started and finished third at Road America; later he won the pole at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve before finishing 27th.
- Kenseth served as the grand marshal of the 2019 CTECH Manufacturing 180 at Road America.
- Mario was instrumental in keeping championship car racing at Road America.
- Edwards won the first-ever Nationwide Series race at Road America in late June.
- A day later, he announced he would make his series debut at Road America.
- He earned his fourth and fifth wins of the season at Denver and Road America.
- During his rookie season in 2001, he earned a pole and victory at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, finishing ninth in points.
- He was then tabbed to drive the No. 32 car in Montreal and at Road America in 2010.
- At the age of 12, Max raced against his father in the Stadium Super Trucks race at Road America in 2020.
- The Road America and Mid-Ohio road courses opened in the 1950s and 1960s respectively.
- Andretti took the team's first win at Elkhart Lake in 1983.
- Built in 1956, it is the nation's third oldest continuously operating road racing venue, behind Road America (1955) and Willow Springs International Motorsports Park (1953).
- His uncle, Jacques Sr., was also a racing driver and in 1985 at Road America became the first Canadian to win a CART race.
- At Road America, Dixon scored his first win of the season, beating Josef Newgarden by 0.5779s.
- NASCAR confirmed that their June Nationwide Series date would remain in Wisconsin for 2010, as they announced they would hold a race at Road America for the first time since the Grand National Series raced there in 1956.
- The team would manage four second-place finishes at Daytona and Laguna Seca with the #55 car and Long Beach and Road America for the #56 car.
- In 1956 a race at Road America was held in rain; Tim Flock won the race.
- JGR also added the Bucyrus 200 at Road America to McDowell's schedule, leaving open the possibility of more races added.
- He took victories at Sebring and Road America en route to a runner-up finish in the points.
- The following year, he ran his first SST race at Road America, driving the No. 25 truck in place of Arie Luyendyk Jr. to sixth- and twelfth-place runs.
- He earned his 50th pole position in the Kohler Grand Prix at Road America, and went on to lead 214 laps in his first victory in 54 races in the Iowa Corn 300.
- In his first year, Villeneuve came second at that year's Indianapolis 500 and won his first race at Road America, the circuit where his uncle had become the first Canadian to win a CART race nine years before.
- In a 1990 CART race at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin Foyt's car left the track and plowed straight through a dirt embankment, severely injuring his legs and feet.
- The 2010 race was canceled and the date was moved across Wisconsin to Road America.
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