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This is different from the Investor Group that purchased PPIR.

All info taken from their website:

http://www.genoamotorsports.com/

Project Plans
The plan is simple - bring a top-notch racing facility to the Denver region. Though nothing is guaranteed at this point, we're looking to break ground on the planned (minimum) 5-mile, multi-configuration road course as early as 2007.

Our Vision for Genoa Motorsports Country Club
These are tumultuous times in the Denver area. Over the past couple of years, we have witnessed several tracks close, with ongoing concerns about the few still in operation. With no local track to race at, we've long since planned of building our own track. The time is now. We're now in the beginning stages of building a major racing facility for members and for club racers to enjoy for many years to come. The ball is rolling and the project is well underway.

Genoa Motorsports Country Club will be the owner and operator of the planned minimum 5-mile, multi-configuration road course. This track will be home to all racing enthusiasts in the Colorado and surrounding areas. We envision an enthusiast friendly track with elevation changes and plenty of run-off with first class amenities. This will be for club members, car clubs, and race sanctioning bodies. We intend to provide a facility that will pass inspection by FIA, FIM, SCCA, NASA, and AMA.

Building renderings are those initially proposed by our architect. Our buildings will be designed to blend with the track and surrounding environment while serving the needs of track personnel, drivers, crews, and spectators . These should give you a feel for the atmosphere and amenities we hope to provide.

Phase One:

Design and build an approximate five-mile (minimum, based on track design team recommendations), multi-circuit paved road course for use by Country Club Members, car and motorcycle clubs, and race sanctioning bodies who wish to rent either individual circuits or the full course. The design will include hot pit, safety walls, barriers, run-off areas, and other items that may be required to gain FIA, FIM, SCCA, NASA, and AMA approval.
Building with restroom and shower facilities, concession area, meeting areas, and race control area.
Paddock public address system, scoring system.
Approximately 5 acres of parking area for members (dependant on track design team recommendations).
Approximately 10 acres of parking area for clubs that may rent a circuit or the full course (dependant on track design team recommendations).
Initial internal roads.
Club tow-truck and ambulance.
We are pleased to officially announce that we have partnered with the track and site design team of Crested Butte, Colorado based Martyn Thake and Motorsports Consulting Services, LLC and Denver based Kyle Chism of GRIP, LLC.

Read official announcement...
See preliminary proposed track layout...
See preliminary proposed site layout...

Phase Two:

Club House for member use with shower and restroom facilities, Last Lap (similar to a 19th hole at a golf course), meeting rooms, banquet area, administrative offices, parking.
Members and public paddock improvements.
Members Paddock Garages with observation areas.
Public Paddock Garages with observation areas and control tower. Initial proposed renderings: Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4, Photo 5, Photo 6, Photo 7, Photo 8
fuel station (leaded, unleaded, diesel)
Registration/welcome building.
Internal roads expansion/improvements.
Skid pad.
Initial landscaping/berms.
Initial spectator seating areas.
Initial On-Track Estates and RV pads for members (dependent on member demand).
Maintenance building.
RV hook-up area for track participants.
Helicopter landing pad.
Phase Three:
Clubhouse expansion.
Expansion of On-Track Estates and RV pads for members (dependent on member demand).
Spectator seating expansion.
Landscaping/berm expansion.
Track video system.
Potential addition and expansion of amenities.
These are the initial plans. Specific items under each phase are subject to change.
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Other Planned Venues
Genoa Motorsports Country Club will own and operate the planned minimum 5-mile Road Course mentioned above. The land will be managed by a separate entity, Genoa Motorsports Park. This separate entity will be responsible for attracting and organizing other venues to the site. These venues include, but are not limited to:


Go-Kart track
3/8 mile Dirt Oval
3/8 mile Paved Oval
1/4 mile Drag Strip
MotoCross track
Miniature Golf
Gun/Sports Range
Archery Range

Genoa Motorsports Park is looking for energetic persons or companies that would like to build and/or operate the above-mentioned facilities/venues. If you have any suggestions or ideas, or would like to get involved, contact Genoa Motorsports Park.

Planned Amentities and Services
Current proposed on-property-amenities and services at Genoa Motorsports Park include:


Environmentally controlled in-door restrooms with available showers
Paved Roads
Heli-Pad
Grass Landing Strip
High-Octane Race Gas and Diesel Fuel

Nearby County Services Include: Hotels, many fast food and dine-in restaurants, fuel Stops (diesel included), quick-Stops/convenient stores, medical facilities, and county airport.
 

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Hello all,

Thanks to Google Alert I was notified of this discussion. Sorry it took so long to get here. If there are any questions I can answer, just let me know. We look forward to getting the track up and running and getting you folks out there to have some fun.

Kevin
 

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Genoa said:
Hello all,

Thanks to Google Alert I was notified of this discussion. Sorry it took so long to get here. If there are any questions I can answer, just let me know. We look forward to getting the track up and running and getting you folks out there to have some fun.

Kevin
So does this mean you'll have track days for non-members? :)

Tanya
 

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Quite possibly. Members will always have acess to one of the circuits that non-members will not. This will rotate between the two circuits from time to time. The other circuit will be available for clubs to rent. If one of the circuits is being unused, it should be available for "test and tune". There may be times when members will be using the entire 6+ mile track and then it will be closed to the public at those times.
 

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We are not at the point to be able to disclose membership costs. memberships will not be based on vehicle type, meaning you could be a member with a car or a motorcycle.

We are shooting for turning dirt in the spring of 07 to go active in spring of 08.
 

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Genoa said:
We are not at the point to be able to disclose membership costs. memberships will not be based on vehicle type, meaning you could be a member with a car or a motorcycle.

We are shooting for turning dirt in the spring of 07 to go active in spring of 08.
Best Christmas present I've had in years...come on spring '08!

Tanya
 
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