Here is an update on the status of the road course and some new happenings on the off-road side of Rausch Creek. First the road course, things have definitely not been going as planned, but we are still 100% committed to completing the road ...
Here is an update on the status of the road course and some new happenings on the off-road side of Rausch Creek.
First the road course, things have definitely not been going as planned, but we are still 100% committed to completing the road course. Currently our engineers are resubmitting the drainage plan to the state. All the concerns of the Department of Environmental Protection have been met in the resubmit and we are now awaiting their inspection to allow our construction to proceed. This should be happening in the next few weeks. The original plan was turned down and the DEP mandated we stop track construction and will only allow work to amend the drainage plan until approved. In the down time from construction of the road course, we have solicited and gained support from local and state government for the project. Also the AMA has offered to support us in any way possible with future governmental issues we might incur. Thank you to everyone who has offered to support Rausch Creek.
Other happenings at Rausch Creek on the off-road side are proceeding very successfully. The MX and ATV park has continued to grow in yearly members and attendance and the Tower City Trail Riders are expanding their camping area and have signed an new multi year contract to continue the lease on our property. I want to thank Larry Missimer and John Grodensky for all the hard work in growing these much needed motorcycle and ATV facilities. Also Rausch Creek is pursuing a off-road truck and buggy park. We have been invited to attend a Championship Off Road Racing (C.O.R.R.) event in the hopes of building an off-road track and bringing the C.O.R.R. series to PA. The C.O.R.R. web site can be found at www.corracing.com
Rausch Creek Motor Sports, LP