Hanging sports posters is fine as a kid, but adults tend to replace them with art -- which, although he was chiseled from stone, apparently doesn't include Coach Shell. Fuse sports love with haute-design, with Linear Edge.
Founded by an A&M architecture grad who was working with a high-end Dallas residential firm before going full-time dream job, Linear produces baltic-birch plywood and formica representations of dozens of racetracks around the world -- subtly gorgeous pieces the average viewer would interpret as minimalist art, but enthusiasts will recognize as...someplace in Europe they saw on Speedvision. Your options:
17 tracks, from Nurburgring, to Monte Carlo, to Singapore, where after 35 years F1 was resurrected in 2008, when Fernando Alonso's victory was marred by a crash the sport's governing body determined intentional, a finding that had Alonso mourning.
A feast of options, from Superbike's hairpin-happy Misano, which looks kind of like a surrealist hammer, to Moto's Laguna Seca, which looks kind of like Jersey, which is also plenty surrealist.
Non-ovals including Montreal's Gilles Villeneuve, California's Infineon, and New York's Watkins Glen, the track that assures you'll never be able to effectively Google "Watkins, Glen".
If your favorite track's not represented, Linear will do a custom job for you, and also offers to "turn your logo into art" -- an ideal proposition if you run a company that specializes in standing like a statue while everything around you falls apart.