Portland Karting Association's sprint track is located in McMinnville, Oregon and is nicknamed "Mac Track" due to it's location. The 14 turn, 6/10-mile long sprint track and accompanying 1/5-mile paved speedway oval were built by PKA in 2001 and underwent some refinements in 2002. The sprint configuration is wide enough to accommodate passing at many different places on the track and technical enough for even the most experienced racer. It incorporates a variety of turns and includes a small elevation change. The facility has a large pre-grid area with enough paddock space to accommodate the largest national events. Open practice and testing is available at the Mac Track typically Monday through Thursday and the Saturday before each club event. National and regional events usually include a Friday practice day as well.
We compiled the on board cameras from three of the bikes at MEGA MAC 2 into a single one lap comparison. It features Alex Taylor (a top OMRRA racer with multiple years experience on MAC), Kumpy Kump (a top OMRRA racer his first day at MAC), and Larry Lulay (a track day rider in first year at MAC). These were random samples (not necessarily their fastest laps), but give a nice comparison.
One Lap Comparison 2:03 minutes
For the second time in 2018, I reserved the MAC Track for an invitation only day with some of my OMRRA racing friends which included Jeremy Coffey, Adolfo Valdovinos, Alex Taylor, Kumpy Kump, Bill Youngblood (TURN3 Racing), and Pearce Lutz (TURN3 Racing and Lutz Racing). Lori Lulay was our only photography for the day, but she did a great job covering our play day.
See lots of photos and the video link from my 1st day of instruction at the Mac Track with Bill Youngblood on 07/02/2018.