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U.S. Mile Racing

The U.S. Mile welcomes participants to compete for top speed honors at the historic Ellington Airport for The Houston ½ Mile as well as at Front Range Airport for The Colorado Mile. These events are open to automobiles and motorcycles. In 2015, there will be one ½ mile event and one Colorado Mile event.

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U.S. Mile Racing

Spectators get an opportunity to interact with all the drivers and riders. While participants are prepping in their paddock locations, spectators are able to see their cars and motorcycles up close. The U.S. 1/2 Mile has set-up viewing areas for spectators to see the high-speed action along several sections of The Mile track.

Spectator Info

U.S. Mile News

U.S. Mile Racing

The team of The Texas Mile and The U.S. Mile that brought 1-mile and 1/2 mile competitions to The Lone Star State is proud to announce that we will bring 1-mile racing to Colorado on September 4-6, 2015.

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U.S. Mile Racing

Participant vehicles are classified based on the performance capabilities and modifications that they have made to their car or motorcycle. They compete for top speed with like classed vehicles. They begin with a standing start and their top speed is calculated by a speed trap system that is set-up at the one-mile marker of the track.

Results Info

The U.S. Mile Presents: The Colorado Mile

Colorado Mile Wording with Flag
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Don’t miss out on the 2015 Colorado Mile Inaugural Event!

 Join us this Labor Day Weekend and help kick-off the Inaugural  at the Colorado Mile at Front Range Airport September 4-6, 2015. Come join us for the Inaugural weekend and help kick-off The Mile–Colorado style!

Registration for The Colorado Mile will open on Monday, July 20, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. CST.

All-Electric “Zombie 222″ Breaks Speed Record

All-Electric “Zombie 222″ Breaks Speed Record

Apr 3, 2015

Dark Horse

The story of a record-shattering, all-electric ’68 Mustang

By Michael Zelenko

The world’s most expensive supercars can hit 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds. The fastest production car in the world, the Hennessey Venom GT, does it in 2.7; Lamborghini’s 602-horsepower V-10-powered Huracán has been unofficially clocked at 2.5. If you were sitting in a Huracán right now, you could go from zero to 60 in less time than it takes to read this sentence. But somewhere in a Texas garage sits a strange car that’s even quicker: a 1968 Mustang fastback known as the Zombie 222, and it’s entirely electric.

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