Richmond International Raceway (RIR) is a A 3/4 mile (1.2 km), D shaped, asphalt race track located outside Richmond, Virginia. It hosts the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series, Craftsman Truck Series and the Featherlite Modified Series. RIR also hosts the Indy Racing League IndyCar Series, F1 and the United States Auto Club Silver Crown Series.
Richmond International Raceway is located at the Richmond Raceway Complex, which is an 800 acre (3.2 km²), multi-purpose facility.
Richmond Raceway Complex also hosts the Virginia Golf Show, Bassarama, Richmond Home and Garden Show, RV and Camping Expo, Richmond Boat Show, Richmond Classic Sports Card Show, East Coast Sawmill and Logging Equipment Expo, Craftsmen Classic Spring and Christmas Shows, Bizarre Bazaar Spring and Christmas Shows and other various arts and craft events.
Outdoor festivals hosted by Richmond Raceway Complex in 2004 included the Virginia State Fair, Richmond Highland Games & Celtic Festival, March of Dimes Bikers for Babies, K95 Country Music Festival,  102.1 The X], ACCA Temple Pork Festival, the VA Food Festival and concerts featuring local and national recording artists.
The former name for RIR was Strawberry Hill until RIR bought out the Virginia State Fairgounds in 1999. The races at Strawberry Hill are still held the third Saturday of April at the Richmond Raceway Complex, although some have suggested the event could eventually be moved to Colonial Downs.