On October 25, 2007, state officials joined the developers of Oregon International Speedway to break ground for Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park, just off I-84, in Boardman. The first motor-sports country club in the Pacific Northwest is expected to open to members and enthusiasts in the fall 2008.
The construction of Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park marks the beginning of Phase 1 of the developing Boardman Speedway Activity District. When completed in fall 2008, the semi-private, state-of-the-art, $100 million-plus motor-sports country club will offer a 6.0-plus-mile road course comprised of three connecting tracks with eight challenging configurations, as well as a separate 1.0-mile Kart course. The 700-acre country club complex will form the heart of the Boardman Speedway Activity district, a resort designed to facilitate all types of racing.
For more information about the Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park visit www.pnwmotorsportspark.com.