A 1.1-mile Private Racetrack In His Front Yard -- JALOPNIK ON /DRIVE

Alan Wilzig, a New York banking scion, built the largest racetrack zoned for private recreational use in the U.S. at his farm in Columbia County, NY. Take a tour of the circuit at Wilzig Racing Manor, featuring nine turns that thread through more than 80 feet of elevation changes, including a 20-percent banked curve. Also on site is a clubhouse and museum for Wilzig's car and bike collection and race shop for his IMSA racecar and racing karts.

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