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  1. 2019 update on the Alamo City Motorplex circle track. Today the Mianabi family announced they’ve received NHRA sanctioning for the drag strip and have brought in a serious-professional management team to make it truly 1st class facility (visit the Alamo City Motorplex Facebook page to see how things are going and let them know you’re here!). I am currently working with the Mianabi’s on finding contractors to build the circle track as well as working with potential sponsors. We have city approval as well as a budget in mind for the project. The family wants this track built and they want cars on it as soon as is possible and I’m trying to help make that a reality. The ownership of the track (and myself) haven’t asked for any help heretofore but that’s about to change slightly. This Saturday from 10-5 there’s going to be a cleanup day at the track to undo some of the neglect and damage done by previous tenants; I’m going to be there with a truck and a trailer cleaning up trash and helping as needed. I know it’s short notice but anyone that can help is welcome; there’s a lot of ground to cover and a lot of work to do. The budget for improvements at OUR track is large but it’s also finite and any money saved now can be spent later on other things. I’m hoping for some turnout from the circle track community to show the family we’re serious about our commitment to getting asphalt racing back in Central Texas. I’ll know tomorrow if any equipment is needed but as of right now I’ve been told all that’s needed is bodies. Next; we need sponsors and we need friendly contractors. Both myself and the owners have contacts we’re working with as far as the site work, paving and walls at the track but more help never hurts. Again, the budget for this project is realistic but every dollar not spent today is one we can spend tomorrow on nicer lights, better pit parking, etc. If you are or you know of a contractor we should contact let me know. We’re in contact with sponsors but if you know of someone OR if you have contacts in a company we may not please help us out. NASCAR and the NFL need sponsors; so do we. The attached picture is the circle track section of the final drawings presented to the city; I’d love to show the rest of the site plans but that’s for later ... needless to say 2019 is going to be exciting for our racing community. 35 Likes4 Comments37 Shares
  2. 3/8 mile

    Is Applebees still open?
  3. In search of Pro Truck

    I’ve got one call me 512-203-6406
  4. RUSS Monday 12/17

    Should be a good one tonight.
  5. In search of Pro Truck

    Roller or race ready?
  6. 2019 Nascar

    Nascar or not just need to have someone in the seat that knows marketing. Cant tell you how many times I would tow with an open trailer and stop at a gas station 30 miles form THR/CTS and people ask oh were do you race at? Their reply was humm I never hear of that place before.
  7. Snowball and Snowflake observation

    well a wet race track didn’t help either.
  8. Phoenix

    The computer is not a toy.
  9. Wonder how many starts he has per year?
  10. Why wait until the SA track gets built? HMP is open and already built has 2019 race season lined up.
  11. Did the drift track ever get built ?
  12. Made Speed 51. Series sounds interesting.
  13. Tim putting your money where your mouth is would be the first step for you. Latemodels are very nice cars and very expensive machines. Love watching them but it’s alot easier to get 20 street stocks or hobby stocks to the track and they bring just as much money to your weekly track.
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