Have you ever dreamed of owning your very own racing track? Well, now you can, as one is up for sale in Florida.
The 3.8-mile (6.1 km) long semi-banked dirt track was built in 1963. It is located in Lake City, between Jacksonville and Tallahassee, and it’s officially called the North Florida Speedway.
According to the ad in LoopNet, it’s the second oldest track in the State, although someone has probably forgotten about Sebring (1950) and Daytona (1959).
Anyway, despite its age, it apparently has more than 6,200 regulars, who generate a net profit of $200,000.
Besides the track, the future owner will also get two concession stands with new restaurant equipment, a new steel building that went up last month, and two motor graders to keep everything as flat as needed. The equipment alone is said to be valued at over $400,000.
The new owner won’t be looking for a place to live, either, as a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment is being constructed on-site.
All interested parties have to do now is check out whether they can afford it. The asking price is a cool $799,000, or about 13 base BMW M2 Competitions. If they can come up with ways to increase interest, it shouldn’t be a bad deal, right?