So you enjoy driving your Corvette at the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch in Pahrump, Nevada?
Well, now, it appears you may be able to live there, too.
According to a recent story in the Pahrump Valley Times, the developer of the Motorsports Ranch is planning a large residential expansion to its racetrack.
The final residential subdivision map for the development, known as Spring Mountain Estates, was approved by Nye County commissioners on Jan. 17, with 77 residential lots, five common lots, and one open space lot included.
Spring Mountain, of course, is the site of the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School, known as “The Official High Performance Driving School of Corvette,” with two- and three-day programs available for drivers of all skill levels. You can take the courses in a C7 Corvette Stingray, Grand Sport, or Z06.
The Nye County commissioners also approved street names for new streets – including Spring Mountain Boulevard, Octane Court, Radical Court, Indy Court, and Formula Court – and a subdivision improvement agreement for the development.
Double M Construction, developer of the subdivision, hopes to have the infrastructure of utilities and roads done within seven months. Total cost of improvements is expected to be $1.28 million.
Now that Nye County has approved the final subdivision map, Double M Construction’s next step is to get the bond in place for the improvements and take care of details like getting addresses and parcel numbers assigned to the lots so they can be sold.
Watch later for more details about when construction of the homes will begin. And for those who haven’t yet been to the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School, here’s a quick overview:
[VIDEO] Learn to Drive Corvettes at the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School
[GALLERY] Corvette Seller Mike Furman Takes His Customers to School at Spring Mountain
[PICS] NASCAR’s Kurt Busch Drives the Corvettes at Spring Mountain