The track opened to a good crowd and nice car count in March, but wet weather forced the cancellation of multiple weeks of planned racing. The loss of momentum after the first week, lack of community support and other problems led to the recent decision.
“We had six rainouts in a row and that didn’t help,” Hill said Tuesday in a phone interview. “After that, we couldn’t get the people or the cars to show up.”
Hill said the property is up for sale. The family hopes someone will come along and keep it a racing facility. The Hill family put out a Facebook post late Monday night thanking the drivers and fans who supported the track.