Written by Tracy Renck Thu, 2019-11-21 16:00
In drag racing circles, there has been some recent talk about the future of Houston Raceway Park.
On Thursday, a Houston Raceway Park spokesman told Competition Plus the real estate of Houston Raceway Park was sold but not the business.
The racetrack is still open for business as scheduled, nothing will change.
Last January, Houston Raceway Park, home of the NHRA SpringNationals in Baytown, Texas, outside of Houston, signed a new multi-year relationship that changed the name of the 30-year-old facility to Houston Raceway Park powered by Pennzoil.
NHRA’s Mello Yello Series Mopar Express Lane SpringNationals will take place April 17-19 during the 2020 season.
The impact of his decision has yet to hit David Rampy.
Rampy, the 100-time NHRA national event winner, concluded his career as a team owner on Sunday at the Auto Club NHRA Finals in Pomona, Ca., with a runner-up. #dragracingnews #dragracing #nhra – https://t.co/1IJB9I4p5k pic.twitter.com/V6srGQOUgH
— Competition Plus (@competitionplus) November 21, 2019