NCM Motorsports Park to Break Ground on the Kimberlee Fast Pavilion and Garages

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NCM Motorsports Park to Break Ground on the Kimberlee Fast Pavilion and Garages

Attendees to the Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park will soon see another portion of the track’s facility come together in 2015.

The track announced yesterday that they will be breaking ground in January for the construction of the Kimberlee A. Fast Pavilion and Garage Complex.

The structure of the 14,000 ft. complex will host 22 garages, a viewing deck and a pavilion with concessions, restrooms and showers. And let me tell you, the staff at the NCM Motorsports Park is very happy about those restrooms being completed along with the rest of the construction in early April 2015.

The naming of the pavilion after Kimberlee A. Fast announced during the Motorsports Park Grand Opneing in August. Kimberlee’s name will also be featured on the entry road into the Motorsports Park.

Kimberlee Fast with her parents

Kim’s father Chuck Fast was at the Motorsports Park’s grand opening and he spoke of Kim in remembrance during the celebration. He said “Kim attended most of the events at the NCM. We thought that she would really be proud to have the building named after her.” “We can’t think of a better way to honor her memory than by contributing to the project,” added Chuck.

Of the 22 garages being built, eighteen will be individual spaces that are 17′ x 24′ and the other four will be over-sized to be used as tech garages. The garages will be available for daily rental by track partipants.

The NCM Motorsports Park will also be offering a number of garage sponsorships for $10,000 per year and the sponsorship includes signage opportunities.

The viewing deck will span across 340 feet to allow for prime track-side viewing of the action going on.

“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 project is expected to cost $1.2 million and weather permitting, the facility will be completed in early April, just in time for the 2015 NCM Bash at the Museum.

Here are some renderings of the new facility that the NCM Motorsports Park posted on their Facebook page:

NCM Motorsports Park to Break Ground on the Kimberlee Fast Pavilion and Garages


Source:
NCM Motorspors Park

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