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|Location||2060 Berlin Fair Drive|
|Time zone||Eastern (U.S.)|
|Length||7/16 mile mi|
|Race lap record||12.513 seconds (Brian Gerster, , )|
Berlin Raceway is a 0.4375 mile long paved oval race track in Marne, Michigan, near Grand Rapids. It opened in 1950. It was originally a horse track before World War II. The track is notable for the lack of an outside wall on the back straightaway, a unique feature for a national series such as ARCA. In addition, the short straights make it feel almost circular. Berlin's current track record is 12.513 seconds, set by Brian Gerster in 2018 in a winged sprint car.
Berlin Raceway takes its name from the city of Marne's original name "Berlin," which was changed due to Anti-German sentiment following World War I.
Circuits of the ASA National Tour (1973–2004)
|Ovals (over 1 mile)|
|Ovals (under 1 mile)|
Tracks of the USAC Stock Car Series (1956-1984)