|Headline:||Exclusive Investment Community|
|Description:||Race Resorts of America, LLC will pursue the development|
of Race Track Country Clubs and Resorts across the
United States and develop a network of reciprocal resorts
throughout the world. The Resorts will sell memberships
to wealthy individuals that seek an exclusive and
extraordinary experience that can only be enjoyed at
our facilities. Our resorts will offer safe and challenging
tracks, qualified instructors, extensive auto storage and
repair facilities, and all traditional resort services and
amenities to be expected by the most discerning guest.
Members will pay initiation fees and annual dues for the
development, amenities, operations, and maintenance
of the resort.
A traditional country club is a private club usually offering
membership to a limited number of individuals. Most
offer a variety of recreational sports facilities and are located
in city outskirts or rural areas. A country club will
usually provide hospitality to members and guests such
as a restaurant and bar, and may also provide suitable
accommodations for host-catered events, such as weddings,
corporate meetings, and other social events.
Most executives have experienced a private golf club organized
to play golf on courses design to provide a unique
experience. The most exclusive golf clubs have extensive
facilities, such as a restaurant, bar, swimming pool, complete
spa, conference centers, pro shops, and more for its
members. Membership is usually by annual subscription.
Sometimes the club expects its members to pay a substantial
joining fee and has additional monthly or annual
The formula behind race resorts is to take a golf resort
and pull out the golf and insert a track. It now becomes a
playground for a younger group of wealthy thrill seekers
that need a place for their high end supercars. The
concept of a country club for automobile enthusiasts was
tested over ten years ago and is still a model for success.
Jack Farr began with an idea that there were more race
car owners and enthusiasts in the world than actual
professional race car drivers. He developed a track for
a private membership to car owners that provided an
exhilarating, yet safe environment to learn, practice, and
refine driving skills. This country club application to the
race industry is now starting to gain traction and attract
the very wealthy. There are thousands of cars that are
design to far exceed the legal speed limits of any road in
the U.S. Now there are places where these supercars can
be driven to the full capacity of the car and drivers full
The management sees an opportunity to provide services
in this industry in three main areas;
1. Assist with the development of high-end private race
resorts in key locations that will attract wealthy members
throughout the United States.
2. Target key existing track locations that prove to be suitable
for a resort upgrade and assist with the conversion.
3. Create a recognized brand and network of high-end
race resorts throughout the world by employing reciprocal
usage agreements to provide an international benefit