The NCM Motorsports Park announced plans to break ground in early January on a 14,062 square foot complex which will encompass 22 day rental garages, viewing decks, and a pavilion with concessions, restrooms and showers. Eighteen of the garages will be individual garages at a size of 17’ x 24’ and the other four will be oversized, primarily serving as tech garages.
The garages will be available for daily rental by track participants to work on their cars in between track sessions or races, or to have a covered space for hanging out. The viewing deck will span across 340 feet to allow for prime trackside viewing of the action going on.
In August as part of the Museum’s 20th Anniversary Celebration it was announced that the Pavilion and Park’s entry road would be named in remembrance of Kimberlee A. Fast. “Kim attended most of the events at the NCM,” said Chuck Fast, Kim’s father. “We thought that she would really be proud to have the building named after her.” Kim was an avid racer, participating in many autocrossing and high speed events on road courses in the mid-west states. “We can’t think of a better way to honor her memory than by contributing to the project,” added Chuck.
The complex offers a number of garage sponsorships for $10,000 per year and the sponsorship includes signage opportunities and other benefits at the Park. A limited number of spots are available and inquiries can be directed to Paula Sleeman at 270-777-4507 or email@example.com.
“As odd as it may sound, flushing toilets was #1 on our list of additions to the park for 2015, and we will have those available in the spring,” said Mitch Wright, General Manager of the NCM Motorsports Park. “Thanks to the Fast family and others who have come forward to sponsor garages we are able to get started on construction, but we still have funds to raise. Prime signage on the paddock side of the garages will be a great way for sponsors to be seen.”
The $1.2 million project was awarded to ModSpace and weather permitting, is scheduled to be complete by early April.
With over one mile of frontage on Interstate 65 and located across from the National Corvette Museum (NCM) and the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, the NCM Motorsports Park is one of the most centrally located and easily accessible driving facilities in the country. The top priority of the 186-acre facility is education and safety, offering recreational racing and educational opportunities for all makes and models of vehicles and motorcycles and is owned by the National Corvette Museum.