Developers want to build $400 million motor sports facility in Elko New Market

The facility would accommodate Indy and NASCAR races, and up to 65,000 spectators. The Savage Pacer reports developers are trying to get private financing for the facility but are asking local governments to fund some infrastructure upgrades.
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The facility would accommodate Indy and NASCAR races, and up to 65,000 spectators. The Savage Pacer reports developers are trying to get private financing for the facility but are asking local governments to fund some infrastructure upgrades.

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