The USA International Speedway was an oval located near Lakeland, Florida, United States, that opened in 1995. The track was a .75-mile-long concrete paved oval with 14° banked turns. The USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series had a race at the speedway in early March, and the final championship race in mid to late November. There were also several series that tested there, including the ARCA Racing Series, CRA Super Series, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. USA International Speedway was closed with the final race on August 2, 2008. In 2010 the track was stripped of its grandstands and control tower. In early 2012 the track was completely demolished, the property now sits as a vacant lot. The site lies next to the Lakeland Motorsports Park, on Florida state road 33 just north of exit 38 on I4.