The Holley Control Tower opened last month as the result of a joint effort between the National Corvette Museum, Holley Performance Products, and the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce. In addition, the Winding Road Racing Shop also opened at the NCM Motorsports Park.
“We want to be not only a recreational facility for automotive enthusiasts, but also a resource for the community,” said Mitch Wright, General Manager of the NCM Motorsports Park. “We are excited to add to the amenities that make this track a world class facility that can support such a variety of events.”
Holley Control Tower is just under 15,000 square feet, and is comprised of a few different areas, including retail space, a 2,000-square-foot viewing deck, administrative offices, meeting rooms, and classrooms. The meeting rooms and classrooms are actually available for rent for patrons wanting to host meetings and private functions.
“On behalf of our community, I extend congratulations to the Motorsports Park on the Holley Control Tower and Winding Road Racing Shop grand opening. Since August 2014, they have hosted many great events and I look forward to many more exciting, world class events right here in Bowling Green,” said Mayor Bruce Wilkerson.
Hopefully all of this recognition and positivity reaches the achy ears of the Motor Park’s disgruntled neighbors.