Home to a World-Class Racetrack and the Barber Museum.
The Barber Motorsports Park
Simply an Amazing Park for Racers and Fans.
Spanning 880-acres, Barber Motorsports Park features a world-class racetrack and museum and is home to a dynamic schedule of major events each year. The acclaimed park opened to the public in 2003.
The Barber Museum showcases an extraordinary selection of both motorcycles and racecars. With more than 1,500 motorcycles—representing 100 years of production from 20 countries—it has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s largest motorcycle collection. The museum also includes notable racecars such as the Ferrari F-158 driven by Englishman John Surtees in the 1964 Grand Prix World Championship, plus the world’s most extensive assembly of Lotus cars.
The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama is one of the internationally prestigious annual events at the park, presenting open-wheel racing with the fastest cars and most versatile drivers in the world. This event is part of the IndyCar Series, which is crowned by the Indianapolis 500.
Barber’s 16-turn, 2.38 mile track was designed in consultation with world champion racers John Surtees and Dan Gurney. The track is home to the Porsche Sport Driving School, and a number of automakers have chosen the park for new vehicle debuts.
The annual Barber Vintage Festival, presented by the Triumph Dealers of North America, features amazing motorcycles and a wide array of activities for motorcycle enthusiasts. Barber’s annual racing schedule includes NASA, WERA, and SCCA program events, plus a variety of Track Days.