Long beach in California is a 3KM temporary street course, and plays home to the annual “Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach”. Constructed once a year, the circuit is used for Indycar and the ALMS. First being used in 1975 for the Formula 5000 event, the track has held different events but all have been popular hence the track is still going! The track is particularly noted for its last section, which sees a tight hairpin followed by a long, slightly curved front straightaway. One of the cool features of the track is that location, being right next to the beach it means that a lot of the track is lined with palm trees. Attendance for the Indycar event has been very high in past years, with over 200,000 fans attending over race weekends.