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Hennessey Puts Lonestar Motorsports Drag Strip Up For Sale

Private drag strips don’t go up on sale too often, so when one hits the market, it’s a good thing to let people know about it. In case anybody’s interested, is selling its ownership of the Lonestar Motorsports park for a tidy sum of $2.7 million. The private drag strip is located right next to the company’s performance development facility in Sealy, Texas.

The performance center itself isn’t for sale as the company is reportedly planning to expand its vehicle production from the 400 units it builds annually to somewhere in the 1,000 range. The increase in production volume is tied into the potential sale of the drag strip.

As far as the strip itself is concerned, the entire facility is 55 acres in size and is highlighted by an IHRA-sanctioned quarter-mile drag strip. It has spectator grand stands with seating capacity for up to 800 people. It also has enclosed and air-conditioned concessions stands, staging lanes, a control tower, and timing equipment, among other things. Prospective buyers also have the option of buying another 70 acres, which could be used in expanding and turning the drag strip into an actual road racing course. Not surprisingly, the extra land comes with an additional cost.

Right now, Hennessey is still using the drag strip to test out its vehicles and even with a sale, stipulations are going to be put in place to ensure that the American automaker can still use the facility for testing even after it has been sold. Those who might have an eye towards actually buying the quarter-mile drag strip should be comforted to know that the strip is fully operational and has a calendar of events lineup every month.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.



Hennessey Puts Lonestar Motorsports Drag Strip Up For Sale

Private drag strips don’t go up on sale too often, so when one hits the market, it’s a good thing to let people know about it. In case anybody’s interested, is selling its ownership of the Lonestar Motorsports park for a tidy sum of $2.7 million. The private drag strip is located right next to the company’s performance development facility in Sealy, Texas.

The performance center itself isn’t for sale as the company is reportedly planning to expand its vehicle production from the 400 units it builds annually to somewhere in the 1,000 range. The increase in production volume is tied into the potential sale of the drag strip.

As far as the strip itself is concerned, the entire facility is 55 acres in size and is highlighted by an IHRA-sanctioned quarter-mile drag strip. It has spectator grand stands with seating capacity for up to 800 people. It also has enclosed and air-conditioned concessions stands, staging lanes, a control tower, and timing equipment, among other things. Prospective buyers also have the option of buying another 70 acres, which could be used in expanding and turning the drag strip into an actual road racing course. Not surprisingly, the extra land comes with an additional cost.

Right now, Hennessey is still using the drag strip to test out its vehicles and even with a sale, stipulations are going to be put in place to ensure that the American automaker can still use the facility for testing even after it has been sold. Those who might have an eye towards actually buying the quarter-mile drag strip should be comforted to know that the strip is fully operational and has a calendar of events lineup every month.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


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Hennessey Puts Lonestar Motorsports Drag Strip Up For Sale

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