Mid America Motorplex Hits the Auction Block
So, you’ve got a supercar but no place flex its muscles... With the Nurburgring sale nearly completed, then you may be interested in this upcoming auction. Mid America Motorplex, which is located just outside of Omaha, Nebraska, will go under the hammer next week. The complete facility along with all the assets will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
The 2.23-mile-long racetrack, which also includes an 1/8-mile drag strip, paddock building, and other racetrack necessities, has been put up for auction on Auction Solutions Inc. The sale is scheduled to take place on November 23rd, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. The little-known Mid America Motorplex is situated in the small town of Pacific Junction, Iowa, not far from Omaha, and covers a total area of 205 acres.
Pre-bidding has already kicked-off on Auction Solutions’ website. The last bid registered is $380,000 with 5 days remaining. Sure, it’s no Nurburgring, but it would be a steal if it comes in under $500k.
Read more about the Mid America Motorplex after the jump
Mid America Motorplex Details
The purpose-built motor sport facility features an FIA approved 2.23-mile racing circuit designed by Alan Wilson. Built in 2001, the track has seen numerous motoring events including SCCA and IIHRA, plus it has hosted events for Porsche, BMW and Viper club among others.
The 2.23-mile-long road course features 15 corners in clockwise orientation, strategically placed spectator stands that allow fans to enjoy an uninterrupted view of the race track, and a milt-story timing tower sitting alongside the 1/8-mile drag strip. The Mid America complex is located at the junction of I-29 and Highway 34 with access from 3 sides.
For more information on the auction process and details about the facility, please visit the Auction Solutions Inc. website.