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Motorsports near Villa Cathedral

Virginia International Raceway: VIRNow

Recently chosen as one of Car and Driver Magazine’s top six road courses in the nation, VIRginia International Raceway is a multi-purpose road course offering professional and amateur auto and motorcycle racing, as well as a wide range of track events.

Dining at VIR: http://virnow.com/experience/dining/

Oak Tree Tavern and Connie's Pub

Make your trip to VIR complete with dinner at Oak Tree Tavern, located in a beautifully restored 1800s plantation house. Enjoy a steak, seafood or pasta dish in the dining room or relax with a drink and appetizer in Connie’s Pub. When the weather is warm, seating is available on the deck with a stunning view of the rolling countryside.

Pagoda Grill

Located in the North Paddock with beautiful views of the north end of the track, the Pagoda Grill serves breakfast sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, candy and more. A covered seating area with televisions, an expansive tree-shaded viewing area and a raised deck overlooking Turn 3 provide the perfect place to refuel without missing a minute of the action.

South Boston Speedway: http://southbostonspeedway.com

SoBo, a NASCAR track over 60 years in operation, is known as America's Hometown Track. Some of racing's biggest names came through SoBo on their way up, including Jeff Burton, Ward Burton, Darrell Waltrip, Bobby Allison, Cale Yarborough, Dale Earnhardt, Benny Parsons, Elliott Sadler, Stacy Compton, and the Bodine brothers. Danville, Virginia driver Wendell Scott, the first African-American driver to compete at NASCAR's highest level, also raced at SoBo