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Whither Texas Speedzone?


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Mr. Dickerson has not approached me about TXSZ's fate.

 

If he wants to retain ownership or wants to transfer ownership to me, I'm here and willing to do my part as I have for the past 4+ years.

 

Nick

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After listening to his interview with Ricci Ware this morning,I'd say he left some very strong hints on the table.He sounded like he would be willing to entertain thoughts of building a new track somewhere if someone else stepped up to the plate on financing.It just costs way too much for one successful buisnessman to go it alone.

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After listening to his interview with Ricci Ware this morning,I'd say he left some very strong hints on the table.He sounded like he would be willing to entertain thoughts of building a new track somewhere if someone else stepped up to the plate on financing.It just costs way too much for one successful buisnessman to go it alone.

 

So what's the estimated cost of a new track?

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If someone is quick witted enough it can be done on a bugdet.

 

-Any chance of Kyle Sirrozotti's dad doing some ground work?

-How about John Aramendia pitching in for some plumbing?

-Greg Davidson knows a little about lighting and electrical doesn't he? <_<

-Do you think Scott McCrum could find a few hours here and there to help with the legal end?

-sell 2 foot sections of aluminum grandstand to the loyal fans(maybe with their name imprinted on it)I've seen it done with brick walkways.

-painting is a matter for volunteers.

 

I'm sure they could at least help find cheaper ways of building the track.

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