Auto racing enthusiasts are thrilled that plans for the High Plains Raceway in Colorado are well underway. The closure of the Second Creek Raceway in 2005 was a blow to the auto racing clubs that had been making use of this racing facility for many years. The lack of a suitable alternative auto racing venue has been putting the brakes on growth opportunities in club racing.
NASCAR and the Automobile Racing Club of America (â€œARCAâ€) started at about the same point-that is towards the middle of the last century. ARCA has not been able to match the scorching growth of NASCAR, but it does have a devoted following. Why is this?
Loads of benefits await you at the NASCAR Members Club, and you must join right away if you plan to become a regular on the NASCAR circuit. The main advantage is that it extends the pleasure of NASCAR racing well beyond the times of actual races. Branches of the Club are spread all over the United States, and they are great places to hang out during your leisure time. Who can better friends than those who share your passion for NASCAR racing?