• AutoClub Speedway

    Fontana, CA

    ME Engineers provided electrical engineering services for upgrades including event track lighting and distribution, upgrades of the medium voltage system, along with upgrading the existing lighting in the seating bowl, concourses, and public spaces for night events. Design included a second, redundant, medium voltage service, and standby feed from the local utility.

    Chicagoland Speedway

    Joliet, IL

    Electrical infrastructure upgrades expanded the existing capacity from 2 megawatts to over 7 megawatts. Upgrades provided permanent power to 160 owner/driver motor coach spots, plus added power for 150 infield RV spots and 80 premium motor coach spots at the back straightaway. The lighting system was upgraded for HD broadcast.
  • Darlington Raceway

    Darlington, SC

    ME Engineers provided electrical engineering services for upgrades including event track lighting and distribution, along with upgrading the existing lighting in the seating bowl, concourses, grandstands, and public spaces for night events.

    Daytona Rising, Daytona International Speedway Redevelopment

    Daytona, FL

    The $400M Daytona Rising redevelopment transformed the nearly mile-long front stretch with a new grandstand, luxury suites and a completely re-visioned experience for fans, sponsors and media. The project provides 101,000 permanent seats, expandable to 125,000, with twice the restrooms, three times the concessions, and multiple fan social neighborhoods.
  • Homestead-Miami
    International Speedway

    Homestead, FL

    Homestead hosts the final NASCAR race of the season and the crowning of the Sprint Cup champion. ME Engineers provided electrical engineering services to allow for the addition of track lighting and nighttime events, greater redundancy from the utility, and new infield distribution to support a new HD video scoring pylon.

    Kansas Speedway

    Kansas City, KS

    ME Engineers upgraded the electrical system for this 1.5 mile tri-oval track to add track lighting including new track lighting distribution, and upgrading existing facilities to allow for full nighttime use.
  • Michigan International Speedway

    Brooklyn, MI

    Upgrade of outdated and overloaded equipment in the infield provision ability for future utility redundancy and expansion for garage fan zones and infield RV power. Scope included several new services at various locations as well as upgrading and reconfiguring medium voltage distribution and switchgear.

    Phoenix International Raceway

    Avondale, AZ

    ME Engineers provided electrical engineering services to upgrade track lighting and distribution, along with lighting in the seating bowl, concourses, grandstands, and public spaces for night events.
  • Pikes Peak International Raceway

    Fountain, CO

    This $40 million professional raceway facility for the Indy Racing League (IRL) is comprised of over 15 buildings (400,000 sf) including two main race vehicle service garages, first aid care center with heli-pad, timing and scoring building, administration building with truck maintenance shop, grandstands with suites, and several support buildings.

    Richmond International Raceway

    Richmond, VA

    ME Engineers provided electrical engineering services to upgrade outdated and worn-out equipment, install new distribution for an infield HD video scoring pylon, and provide the capability for future expansion and redundancy.