One of the most critical phases of the Gresham Motorsports Park renovation got underway last week with the removal of the track’s old half-mile racing surface.
“You can’t believe how happy I am to have this part of the project underway,” said track general manager Dan Elliott. “It’s very hard to find the right people to do the job. With the banking in the turns a full 14 degrees, not just any company could do this. Sunbelt Asphalt is that kind of company and are just as interested in what the surface is going to look like, how it’s going to race, and how it’s going to stand up to racing as we are. Honestly, I think they are more enthusiastic about getting started on it than I am.”
Work began last week at Gresham Motorsports Park to pull up the old asphalt as the track is prepared for a new racing surface, which is expected to be put down in the next few weeks.
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