Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, San Bernardino County has hosted NASCAR racing for nearly twenty years. Over 100,000 spectators fill the stands at each race to see their favorite NASCAR drivers compete. The speedway is located on the site of a former Kaiser Steel mill and the track has additional configurations and facilities to accommodate road races, motorcycle races, vehicle testing, and drag races.

Professional baseball has been played in San Bernardino County as far back as 1899. San Bernardino County is now the proud home of two minor league baseball teams, the San Bernardino 66ers and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.

Manuel Stadium, home to the 66ers, boasts 5,000 seats and grass seating that can accommodate several thousand additional fans in comfort. LoanMart Field, home to the Quakes, seats nearly 7,000 spectators. The team has broken a number of seasonal attendance records for their league.

San Bernardino County is also home to the Ontario Reign, a professional ice hockey team from Ontario, California that plays at the Citizens Business Bank Arena.

San Bernardino 66ers affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels

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Rancho Cucamonga Quakes affiliate of Los Angeles Dodgers

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Auto Club Speedway

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Ontario Reign-AHL Affiliate of the LA Kings

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