Elkhart Lake Historic Race Circuits Preservation Society
The Preservation Society is a member organization formed to preserve, protect and promote the enjoyment of the Elkhart Lake Historic Race Circuits recorded on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic circuits are public roads that were temporarily closed and used for sports racing in 1950, 1951, and 1952. Follow the circuits and they will take you around the corners and over the hills once traveled at high speed by the world’s best sports car drivers. Drive them, bike them, run them or walk them but don’t miss them. On your tour visit the fourteen historical markers placed around the circuits at names location by the Society commemorating the historic events that occurred here.
The Society holds regular member dinner events concurrent with the vintage weekends in Elkhart Lake and is available for educational presentations covering the history of the races in request. There is no charge for this service. The Society is a 501 C (3) nonprofit organization and supported by Membership dues. To become a member go to our web site historicracecircuits.com and click on membership programs. you can contact us by phone at 920-558-9808. Leave a message and we will call you back.